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Error Renaming File or Folder

Cannot rename : The network path was not found.

 
  Description  
     
 

The rename failed because the path to the network was invalid or does not exist.

 
 
   
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  Error Renaming File or Folder 

 
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  Cannot rename item : The network path was not found. 

 
Typical location
  C:\WINDOWS\

 
Issued By
  explorer.exe

 
OS
  Windows XP

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  error 

   
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  Microsoft Corporation    
 
   
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Enter a Valid Path
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Enter or use a path for the file that is exists and is valid. To create a new path:

  1. Open Explorer (Windows+E).
  2. To make a new directory below the root or below another directory, navigate to that location and single right-click.
  3. Move down the list with the mouse to New.
  4. Move the mouse over to New Folder and left-click.
 
   
 
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  FaultWire Staff
Posted: 27-Jul-2011
 
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Last update: 27-Jul-2011 3:17 pm