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How to resolve this error in Powerpoint 2010 that I get intermittently get while saving a file?

Posted on 2011-03-14
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I keep getting the attached error intermittently when trying to save a pptx file in powerpoint 2010. But if I cancel and then try again, it will save. I tried reinstalling Office but still the error persists. Its happening for all files.
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Have you run a chkdsk or anything on your C: Drive incase there are actually errors on the drive?
Simple way incase you don't know is open My Computer > right click on C: Drive and go to the Tools tab.
Under the "Error-Checking" section click the 'Check now..' button and start a scan.

Also do you have any errors in Event Viewer?
Right click My computer and choose manage, expand System Tools on the left then expand Event Viewer > Custom Views and click 'Administrative Events'.

Any noticeable errors around the time you got these errors?
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by:JYBejesh
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the user facing this issue is not in office now. Will check and get back to you.
Thanks
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