problem with compiled HTML files

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when I try to open a compiled HTML file , the following error message appears: cannot open the file: mk:@MSITStore:<FilePath><FileName>. what that means? what should I do? I really need to read contents of this file! does anybody know? sincerely,
ASKED: March 27, 2006  7:00 AM
UPDATED: March 28, 2006  6:58 AM

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A – Whoever compiled the file included a link to a file NOT on your machine.
B – Contact the vendor for a replacement or location to download the missing file.
C – remember that one of the attack paths for virus/worm malware was ‘compiled Help files’ that included links to external files which ran with the privileges of ‘system’.

Good luck and be careful.

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  • Beermonster
    You may get this message if you try to open a compiled HTML file on a mapped drive. If you move the file to your local hard drive it then opens fine. Kind Regards
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