This is one of the more demanding error messages, and can take some “sleuthing” to fix, if the simple “switch on the speakers or plug in headphones” fix does not solve the problem.
It is worth testing, as a restricted user, that you can open up "Notepad" or similar, and read/write/modify/save/delete text files into wordshark-
This problem may occur for any one of these reasons:
a) The permissions for all users on wordshark-
b) The permissions on wordshark-
c) The permissions for one or more files within the -
d) The program is not trying to save into wordshark-
d1) EITHER the mapping (if mapped drives are used) is incorrect
OR d2) more than one wordshark-
OR d3) because the desktop icon/properties/start-
e) The wordshark-
f) Rarely, with the program installed onto the client computers but the wordshark-
g) Also rarely, some networks require "exemptions" to be set (another term for "group policies" in practice) -
h) Very rarely, it would appear to be due to bad sectors on the hard disk, allowing writing but not reading to take place. In these cases, installation onto a memory stick has worked.