I frequently need to change metadata within picture files. To do this I use a third party program (Exif Date Changer) which reproduces all the modified picture files in a sub-directory under the original picture directory named "Adjusted". When I am happy with the modifications I move the modified files back to the original location and overwrite the original files. I would normally do this on a file count of, say, between 100 and 300 files.
During the move operation I regularly get a DO error message as below;
"An error occurred moving 'filename': The process cannot access the file because it is being used by another process. (32)
Options - Retry, Skip, Abort"
I always use the retry option and the process continues happily until the next error. So I sit there with my finger above the Enter key tapping away until the whole move is completed. Not a major hassle but annoying.
I have observed that the happens more often with larger files. 2-3 MB files never cause a problem, 10 MB files do occasionally, 25 MB files give the message up to about 20% of the time. I shudder to think how it will react to newer 40 MB picture files! The files are sitting on an old NAS which is connected by gigabit ethernet but is probably a bit slow.
Have you seen this issue before?