Unable to open folders in my external hard drive,its says the item \'lieuupuux.e Tags: Hard Drives External Hard Drive Storage Last response: May 31, 2011 12:13 PM in Storage Share rafeek_16 May 31, 2011 9:50:02 AM unable to open the folders..plz help it says The item 'lieuupuux.exe that this shortcut refers to has been changed or moved so this shortcut will no longer work properly.. More about : unable open folders external hard drive item lieuupuux Hawkeye22 a c 371 G Storage May 31, 2011 12:13:07 PM Do a search of your hard drives for lieuupuux.exe. Once you find it, note the location, then in the shortcut properties, change the target to the full path and filename. i.e. c:\program files\misc\lieuupuux.exe If you can't find the file on any of the hard drives, it was most likely uninstalled or accidently deleted. m 0 l Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources Unable to open Outlook back up from external hard drive - it says it is a Win32 Forum Unable to open a folder in my external hard drive Forum i just upgraded my win 8 to 8.1 now i cant open my external webage like chromes and firefox and it says unable to connect to Forum Seagate External Hard Drive Launcher Error? Unable to Open drive by clicking the icon on my computer Forum unable to open My WD external hard drive Forum How do i open the external hard drive when it says it needs formatting. Forum Toshiba External Hard Drive now unable to be opened Forum Unable to open maxtor external hard disk Forum Unable to open maxtor external hard disk Forum My computer will not open the folders on my external hard drive. Forum folder cant open in external hard disk Forum My buffalo external hard drive wont let me open my files says it needs formattin Forum Unable to delete corrupted folder on 1 of my external hard drives. Hel Forum My samsung external hard disk appear all copy folder and can not open. Forum More resources Read discussions in other Storage categories Hard Drives DVD Drives DVD Writers Optical Media Flash Media NAS/RAID SSD Western Digital !