the System Cannot Find the File
Whatever files we delete is stored
in recycle bin. But we can restore the same file with
a right click .However; any file deleted from recycle
bin is logically erased from the system. After this
process if we try to open the same file then we could
get an error- the system cannot find the file.
System restore could help but the entire data recovery
is not guaranteed.
The primary location of saving files is on the hard
drive. We always save a file on a particular location
with a proper file name. We may use the file, make changes,
rename it, but whatever we do has to be saved under
the same location, otherwise, next time we could come
across with the system cannot find the file
error. Apart form erasing the file from the system we
may get the system cannot find the file
error for other reasons as well. If it is lost, then
we may recover it. We may log on to www.processlibrary.com
and put the file name in the "Find" field.
Then we would get a prompt for reinstallation of that
particular file and restore it on to the system. Another
reason could be excess malware programs. We can install
some best anti-malwares and recover the missing file.
Like wise, unnecessary uninstall may come up with the
system cannot find the file error. In order
to prevent this, we should always make back ups and
keep the CV/ DVD handy.
It has also seen that, due to some features like locking
the file or putting a password against a file lead to
the system cannot find the file error.
A simple way could be downloading the lock-hunter software.
But end of everything our back ups would actually help
to escape from the system cannot find the file