Run time error 75 Tags: Configuration Windows XP Last response: July 24, 2010 8:40 PM in Windows XP Share Anonymous July 24, 2010 9:29:23 AM Hello,i need a solution to this problem: run time error "75" More about : run time error DRMIKBRAN July 24, 2010 8:40:29 PM Quote:Hello,i need a solution to this problem: run time error "75" This is definitely a file detection problem. On PC start up a needed file is not being detected.[/b]....Had this problem myself 2 – 3 yrs ago.... The following are 2 possible answers to your problem. 1/ Have you deleted a file lately from from your Start Folder , possibly using Msconfig ??? .... or maybe a virus did so unknown to you. 2/ Have you re-named a file lately ???? If you have done so , try re-naming it back to the original name , and rebooting your PC. I remember 2/ is what I had to do … just hope it solves your problem. If neither of my suggested solutions work , then my initial comment that it is a file detection problem stands as TRUE Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources: ForumRun time error 75 in active directory user for windows 7 Forumrun time error 75 path/file access error ForumRun time error 75 in windows 7 path/file access error how to fix it ForumRun time error 75 windows 7 ForumRun Time Error 75 ? ForumWhat does run time error or pathfile ecess error means ForumHow to fix runtime error 75 vb6 0 in win xp sp2 ForumAVG anti-virus 7.5 free edition on windows ME, error message ForumI5 3570k @ 4.8ghz 75 c hyper 212 evo ForumIs 75 C too high for i7-3930K? ForumAsus G 75 VW review on solidworks ForumRun-time errors ForumWich model Asus G 75 should I get? ForumAsus F1 A 75 -M Pro ForumLexmark X74X 75 ForumGetting past administrative password ForumTime warner interfering with e mail ForumThe Ati HotKey Poller service failed to start due to the following error: The sy ForumPhysical memory error in installing oracle on xp ForumRun only allowed Windows applications More resources Read discussions in other Windows XP categories Configuration Customization Drivers Security Video !