Despite the fact that the file was deleted repeatedly while I was fighting with this problem, when I looked at it's properties it was marked read only... Go figure
The HM programs store data files, and weapons files and such, in the Windows Program Files (32) folder. These days, that's a no-no, per Microsoft. Personally, I think that's an incorrect decision: I like all my program and data files for a given program in the same directory. Anyway, that's why I have users run the programs as an Administrator, so they can write to, delete and modify files there. If you're browsing to the location, you may find the file properties different than when you're running as an Admin. Also, when NOT running as an Admin, Windows will be saving ANY file in the HM directories to a weird and not easily found location, rather than where you're expecting them. So you cannot depend on the files you're viewing actually being what you're using. Be sure to run as an Admin.
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