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EOF: "Could not create folder. Ensure that the specific folder is valid"


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Offline   lokariototal

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Hello,

 

Im trying to create CDLC but EOF gives me the following message: "Could not create folder. Ensure that the specific folder is valid"

 

How do I fix this?



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Make sure that the your project folder isn't in a location that is protected by Windows (ie. in either of the "Program Files" folder) or in a location that is manipulated by third party software (ie. Dropbox has been seen to cause problems like this). Also make sure the project folder isn't marked with a hidden property, this could cause this type of issue.

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Make sure that the your project folder isn't in a location that is protected by Windows (ie. in either of the "Program Files" folder) or in a location that is manipulated by third party software (ie. Dropbox has been seen to cause problems like this). Also make sure the project folder isn't marked with a hidden property, this could cause this type of issue.

It seems the issue was the title of the song and/or the artist was too long. 



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If the total folder path length exceeds limits in the OS (think around 250+ characters), programs start running into problems. If you are sure the total path length was less than 200 characters and this problem still occurred, let me know and I'll try to reproduce it.