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cannot find the specified file make sure you specify the correct path and file name.... pls tell the correct slolution
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If you're using a shortcut to a file which has since been deleted, the shortcut no longer has anywhere to go so that message will appear. What sort of file are you trying to open and how recently was it last used. If it's important to you, don't empty the Recycle Bin - instead right click it and click on Open to see if the file is in there.