I use SNAP 7 on Win10. Every time I do things in SNAP (like opening a folder or starting an operator) a new small splash window plops up with the message “snap64.exe Das Ziel wurde nicht gefunden” (engl.: “The target was not found”).
The first folder Snap tries to open is My Documents, but I get the same error (snap64.exe - Windows cannot find the target) every time I open something like a pin. It then opens in the last used directory (not always My Documents) after clicking OK 3 times. I did tried erasing the frequent places (following the instructions of the link), but nothing changed. I don’t know how ti check for invalid shortcuts from this or any folder.
I also updated Java, but nothing changed.
I noticed that I had no problem when I updated the Snap version in a Win10 in the office PC, while the problem is in my laptop which has Win7. Could this be related?
Thanks a lot to all of You for your advices! I also could not solve this problem until now, although I checked all folders (I guess…) on my system. Just like Ana mentioned, on another PC everything is fine.
The same here. There are no shortcuts for any of the folders (not even in the Desktop). And it happens in whatever folder I’ve been last working (e.g. where the images are and no shorcuts exist). I also removed “Shortcut” Name Extension in Registry Editor as suggested, but no change at all.
Thank you for your feedback. I could imagine that it is caused by files/folders which changed, but are still present in the recent items list which is basically managed by Windows itself (“Zuletzt verwendet” in German, “Schnellzugriff” in the Windows Explorer)
Hi, tank You. I follwed the instructions in your first link and deleted all files and folders from the list of recent items. But nothing changes. I uninstalled and de-installed SNAP, but nothing changes…
On several other computers, SNAP works without this issue.