Database error messages that refer to a directory being busy or controlled by another user are usually caused by a recent QuarkXPress crash. In that case :
|2.||Close QuarkXPress and make sure it is not lingering in memory following a crash (to do this use the CTRL+ALT+DEL key combination to bring up the Windows Task Manager and select the Processes tab. If you see a process with either the name QuarkXPress.exe or Xpress.exe, then terminate it).|
|3.||Relaunch Q++. When launching, Q++ automatically searches out and deletes any leftover LCK and NET files.|
|4.||If Q++ does not launch successfully in the previous step (and the message still refers to NET or LCK files) then you should close Q++ and use the Q++ Clear Lock Files utility to search for files of the format p*dox*.lck in the relevant folders, and then launch Q++ again as per step 3.|
See also NET or LCK Files Error Messages.