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I have a folder on my laptop that has the same files in the repo... when trying to do a commit, I get the following error:

Command: Commit  
Adding: F:\Web Sites\Spokane Tribal College\Files  
Error: Commit failed (details follow):  
Error: Server sent unexpected return value (405 Method Not Allowed) in response to  
Error: MKCOL request for '/prager/!svn/wrk/f8051e80-3b5c-3342-b251-13b2bf1b20a5/trunk/Web%20Sites/Spokane%20Tribal%20College/Files'  
Finished!:  

Why?  and how do I fix it?
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I wound up deleting the version on the repo, adding the files, and creating a new working copy.  Thanks for your help...
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