"Windows could not find" problem often appears unexpectedly, and you can't even remember what you did wrong before this problem occurred for the first time. If you already have the problem with "Windows cannot find", be sure that you have thousands of "colleagues" all over the world. Once appeared for the first time, "Windows cannot find" error message happens over and over again, and you feel that there is literally now way how you can stop it. The visible part of the problem in most cases is that you see "Windows cannot find XXX. Make sure you typed the name correctly, and then try again." error message on your Windows startup. We know variations of this problem when the text of error message described DLL (dynamic-link library) rather than some executable file. Searching for the file name, mentioned in the text of "Windows can't find" error message, usually makes no sense - there is not such file in your system at all. If you see "Windows not found" error for the first time, think of which third-party program could show it. In most cases "Windows cannot find" error message means that there was a command to run some file, but the file itself is absent. If you are an experienced user and want to seach your autorun list and fix "Windows not found" error - use msconfig.exe utility shipped with your Windows. If you are professional, you will certainly need to use "Autoruns" program, as it provides much more options for editing your autoruns list than any other program of this kind. You may also try to use System Restore to restore your Windows to the state where there was no "Windows could not find" problem at all, but this helps only in one case from ten. For safer fixing of "Windows cannot find Somefile.exe. Make sure you typed the name correctly, and then try again." error we recommend you to reboot into Safe Mode. Be sure to terminate all processes connected with the program you see in the text of error message before you cleanup your autoruns list. No matter which way you will select to clean your autorun list from "Windows cannot find XXX. Make sure you typed the name correctly, and then try again." problem, be sure to make backup first!If the process causing "Windows cannot find" problem is currently run, it will recreate the malfunctioning autorun entry you deleted. Fixing "Windows can't find" problem manually can be a tedious task if you are professional and dangerous task if you are newbie. Be sure to seek for help of professional if you don't know exactly what you are doing. Never commit your friends to solve your computer problems, especially with "Windows cannot find Somefile.exe. Make sure you typed the name correctly, and then try again." if you are not sure if they are known the exact solution. Many companies provide solutions for this threat. In fact, solving your problem with such Fix-Wizards is as easy as one mouse click. Just type something like "Windows Cannot Find Fix Wizard" in your favorite search engine and download the solution.
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