File Contains Incorrect Path Error in RocketDock

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I have set up RocketDock these days and used this for transferring most of my desktop computer data and files through it. While I got the dock installation, I placed my shortcuts among the files within the dock to ensure I might have the ability to recover my desktop computer to the authentic condition if evolved my thoughts about working with RocketDock.

The file which I saved in my computer details also had a lot of significant data, files, records, and applications which I have gathered in the recent 36 months for having my notebook computer. As of today, I am not capable to start the file to reach some of the information within. I have currently looked for all those files and directories, but possibly identified "No Outcomes" or a problem concept indicating,

"The file cannot be opened because it contains an incorrect path, would you like to delete this file?" I'm sure that I'm able to obtain my applications through the start selection, but I am concerned in regards to the data within. I am unable to obtain them over the particular applications how they must start with. (Example: I immediately start Photoshop and check to download the .PSD through my files, but the personal computer provides the problem concept and after that removes the document.)

I cannot get rid of the directory through the dock with no deleting something, and I could not locate by any means to look at it or all of the information inside. In case you recognize the solution to restoring the items on my directory, please guide me. Thanks in advance.

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File Contains Incorrect Path Error in RocketDock


Have you tried restoring system restore already, because that is the only way that can restore your system to a previous state and remove that application without affecting most important files that you might need? If have not done that yet, I will suggest that you that as follows:

  • On your computer, click on start.
  • And then type system restore in the search field.
  • And then press enter on your keyboard.
  • Thereafter you will need to specify a point in time before you installed the application.
  • Let the restore process begin until it finishes. The system will restart thereafter. See if the problem is fixed.

-Mathew Stone

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