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Everytime I update my folder I get a Publish Error message that can't create file "------------.jpg". The disk may be damaged or full, or you may not have sufficient access privileges.

What this means I have to replace all existing problematic Jpg's with the very same ones from the original folder.

Why is iWeb giving me this message when there is nothing wrong?
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