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Root Directory Saving Problem
You SHOULD NOT save any network under the root directory of a drive.
For example, if your USB drive is located at E:\ do not save at E:\ directly but in a folder beneath E:\ like E:\Amira\ or any other name.
Why is this happening? You need to understand Amira network structure first.
...so what happen if you do save it there? Well, when you save at NON-ROOT directory, you get correct relative referencing of the .hx network. Eg. .hx will load \a.am \b.am \c.am with REFERENCE relative to the .hx file PROPERLY.
However, if you save at the ROOT directory, you will only get PRECISE definition of the .hx network. Eg. .hx will now attempt to load C:\a.am, C:\b.am, C:\c.am with ABSOLUTE path definition and result in file problem once you copy the networks around since it will always look for the file in those SPECIFIC locations.