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A path, or pathname, is the exact series of folders/directories needed to get to a specific file. In other words, C:\Documents and Settings\Bob\My Documents\My Latest.doc is the path to that file.
A Runtime error that says "Path not found" means that some file or folder/directory it was looking for couldn't be found.
Now, what that might be is the next question. Any program worth using should test for such a condition beforehand and prevent the Runtime Error from happening.
Cause: The runtime or run-time error message can be caused by:
Before following the below recommendations for troubleshooting your runtime error if you're getting a runtime error with a runtime error code and error message such as "Runtime error 75 path/file access error", skip to the below runtime error listing for a listing of runtime error codes and additional information and causes for these errors.
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1) Since Runtime error 2400 is related to missing DLL files, you can re-register the registry list to fix Runtime error 2400 issue. For example, if you encounter Runtime error 2400 at dll files, to re-register the file, please do this:
1. Click Start-Run
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3. Re-start your computer
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