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Hope you can help me on how to avoid this error? It happens even if I am moving a file to the sabe SSD.
There are a number of possible reasons for this, but the one that comes to my mind first is that you don't have write permission in both
So check the permissions.
I do, it's the PC hard drive. Also, this happens when I move several images (it can be 5, it can be 100), and there's always one that fails to move.
Just because you have write permission to the drive does NOT mean you have write permission to a specific folder. You need to check the permissions on the folders involved, not the drive involved.
The folder is on the PC main hard drive, I am the only user and administrater. Nevertheless, that would not make sense as I am moving several files and it's only just one that fails to move, and it is a lightroom issue as if I move it on the file explorer there are no issues.
Anyway, checked and as expected I have full permision for the folder and subfolders.
Okay, then it's not a permission problem.
Nevertheless, that would not make sense as I am moving several files and it's only just one that fails to move, and it is a lightroom issue as if I move it on the file explorer there are no issues.
I don't know why this would happen, but I suggest that from now on, you describe these key pieces of information in your original post instead of waiting until later to mention it.
I did mention it on the previous post!
I was referring to mentioning this important information in your original post, which would have then resulted in you and I not wasting time with permissions.
On a network drive, I would suspect timing problems. You are moving on the same disk and not from one disk to a different one?
No, it is the PC drive, gen 4 nvme, and moving on the same disk.