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@MAX SyncUp

Error opening file "L:.zip": Code: 123. The...

 
   
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  @MAX SyncUp 

 
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  Error opening file "L:.zip":
Code: 123. The filename, directory name, or volume label syntax is incorrect. 

 
Typical location
  C:\Program Files (x86)\MaxSyncUp\

 
Issued By
  MaxSyncUp.exe

 
OS
  Windows 7

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The error presented here may be caused by any wrong user`s actions and it depends on the specific circumstances in each specific case.

If you have any questions concerning @MAX SyncUp work, please, see the detail cases how to set up the program to back up/synchronize files. You are welcome to contact support as well.

 
   
 
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  Lesta4ka
Posted: 18-Feb-2016
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