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XML File storage Problem

im using crossover from the lame duck promotion on ubuntu 8.10 (x86)
and came across a weird problem:

i installed BoxShot3d, (wich is a small grafic tool to render virtual Softwareboxes)
via "unsupported Software" installer and it works pretty fine except of one point
The software stores templates as xml files wich are named as "somename.box3d".
when i try to store a template i get an "error saving file 'C:\Program Files\BoxShot3D\images\test.box3d'"
The Vendor of the Software was guessing xmlparser to be the problem, but i can read in existing templates, so the parser should be ok.
The Problem occures independet of the path im trying to store to, and i am able to store the output-images of the program without problems.
I guess it's got something to do with the fileextension / mimetype? unfortunately the software doesnt allow to store the files as .xml.
I'd be very pleased to get some info what the reason could be and how to solve the problem.
If someone wants to try out whats going on the software has an unlimited tryal version (wich produces watermarked output-pictures) that can be downloaded here:

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