Once I’m connecting my PC to net, it’s always coming on desktop “Invalid path or file name”. What is wrong with my connection? Kindly help.
there will be some integration problem because i was also facing same problem 1 month ago
Have you mapped a network drive that's no longer available or using some network file sycing software?
ask an computer engineer
or ask the company of internet ...
thanks for great help :s
delete the temporary files and connect again it will surely load
Yeah, what kind of connection you use? and What software that show the error?
How do you connect to the internet ? Do you plug the LAN cable or do you have a dialer to connect to your modem ?
Are you able to browse the net after you connect ? If so, then possibly, you had put some file on a public share folder that has been deleted or moved out. If so, ensure that your firewall is on to be on the safe side
It looks like your computer is automatically looking for a file as soon as your computer senses that it is a connected to the internet. Unless of course it happens when your computer starts up, in which case it is trying to connect a network drive or something
Check your default homepage
a software or the system on behalf of you is requesting a file over the network but gets a bad response.! that's why this error is generated!
can you make the question more clear? whcih app produces this error..or is this a system error or any kind of other alerts?
is it when you click on internet link?
Error Message: "An Invalid Path or Filename was Specified," when Clicking an Internet Link or the Web Site Field
1)Enable ACT! Internet Services
2)Windows Cannot Find Web Browser
3)Incorrect Registry Entry
is it all browsers causing the problem
Are you going to open file on the network?
It isn't a problem with your connection. Your system is attempting to access a file that at one time was in a specific location on your hard drive and it is no longer there. It may be a shim that was added to your TCP/IP stack for some purpose and was later removed but the references to it in the registry are still there (common for many programs when they are uninstalled). You can run a registry cleaner or CCleaner to locate issues related to missing files. Back up your registry before you let it try to fix anything and in this case, you may want to only make changes that relate only to missing files. After doing this, restart your computer (the registry is only read once and held in memory until the computer is shut down) and see if the behavior has changed (you should no longer get that error message, although it is possible you will end up with a different one).