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JohnH says: 7 years ago You also get this error is you are trying to run a 16 bit program and have the following group policy enabled: Administrative TemplatesWindows ComponentsApplication CompatibilityPrevent Using the site is easy and fun. Most recently, I discovered that I could directly manipulate services through regedit. Loading...

Windows Cannot Access The Specified Device Path Or File Explorer.exe Windows 7

Up next SOLVED "Windows Cannot Access the Specified Device Path or File. Method 4 – Real permissions issue Finally, you may actually have a permissions issue. Nothing on google helps. Artur says: 5 years ago In my case it was Kaspersky Antivirus on win7 x64, When I've disabled protection, I could execute exe file.

I have also tried the run as administrator but it says I can't have a blank password. Will a reinstall of AVG fix this, or do I need a new antivirus program? dreamerBros 90,335 views 2:32 how to fix solve windows cannot access the specified device path or file error-problem solve - Duration: 1:27. Windows Cannot Access The Specified Device Path Or File Server 2003 Brian says: 5 years ago Windows 2003 Citrix server was giving the error but only on .bat files and only in certain folders on shared network drives???

HELP! Published on May 10, 2016SOLVED "Windows Cannot Access the Specified Device Path or File. it will work… rwdowney says: 7 years ago On windows 7, right click the file, go to properties and under the security tab edit permissions for all the user names. Sign in Share More Report Need to report the video?

Any thoughts on this problem will be most welcome. Windows Cannot Access You Don't Have Permission To Access gilpc says: 6 years ago Windows cannot access the specified device path or file. Share this post with your friends Facebook Google Twitter Pinterest Tumblr StumbleUpon Stay Connected! For some reason, I now have access to most of the services I didn't have access to before.

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It works !! Loading... Windows Cannot Access The Specified Device Path Or File Explorer.exe Windows 7 And I'd been trying to check file paths and other things with no luck. How To Fix Solve Windows Cannot Access The Specified Device, Path, Or File Error The same problem just happened here.

tallbrunette22 70,664 views 1:28 Repair and Fix Hard Drive and Disk Errors - Duration: 5:39. his comment is here This feature is not available right now. There are no AVG programs running or installed. Loading... Windows Cannot Access Network Computer

I cant go to control panel and enter: users, network, hardware, i cant uninistall nor change anything. You may not have the appropriate permissions to access the item. What did work was to create a new account with administrator privileges and delete the old one. http://themenage.com/windows-cannot/windows-cannot-access-specified-device-path-or-file.html Thanks.

vams says: 7 years ago I am having the same problem on Windows Server 2003 and the method -3 worked for me. Windows Cannot Access The Specified Device Path Or File Windows 7 My Computer i did what u said in Method 2 but there is no certificate list in my window…any help would be greatly accepted…. This is my story: I just got my new laptop.

The lnk.fix didn't help, but then I never thought it would make any difference.

You may encounter them every once in a while. How do I fix it? http://www.sevenforums.com/tutorials/316-compatibility-mode.html Back to top Page 1 of 3 1 2 3 Next Back to Windows 7 3 user(s) are reading this topic 0 members, 3 guests, 0 anonymous users Reply to Windows Cannot Access Network Share vnalbone says: 5 years ago Okay, so I've determined it's my AVG-antivirus that's blocking my programs (even itself, ridiculously, because I had to select run as admin to open it).

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I think I found the solution, but, you have to do it manually. 1. After that, I used a program called Tweaking.com - Windows Repair to help fix many issues associated with my OS. considering destroying my PC atm. 7 answers Last reply Feb 7, 2016 More about error windows access device path file permission access IjackDec 30, 2014, 10:14 AM What are you trying You’ll see a button called Unblock at the bottom.

Back to top #13 Phantom010 Phantom010 Members 944 posts OFFLINE Gender:Male Location:Cyberspace Local time:12:43 PM Posted 20 January 2015 - 11:54 AM It was a long shot, I know. Helpers are never far. minimegmona says: 7 years ago I am having this problem, i downloaded Gimp from Cnet, and when it doesn't say this, it doesn't know what file to use to open it, Not Appropriate Permission Error" dreamerBros Loading...

However, in my opinion version 2 couldn't be beaten, only into apparently submission!. If so, try opening the program from its folder in the "Program Files" folder on your C drive. And then, Webroot anti-virus security popped up asking me if I want to block a particular .exe program or not. This error message can be related to files like svchost.exe, regsvr.exe, spoolsv32.exe, taskmgr.exe, sys.exe, rundll.exe, explorer.exe, csrss.exe, winupdate.exe or even any .exe program file of a software you may have installed

Articles & News Forum Graphics & Displays CPU Components Motherboards Games Storage Overclocking Tutorials All categories GPU HIERARCHY CPU HIERARCHY Brands Tutorials Other sites Tom's Guide Tom's IT Pro Login|Sign Up h_plus says: 7 years ago Hey everyone.