REPAIR: Windows 10 Error in application path with errors


Keeping your PC updated and clean is the key to running it for a long time without software problems.


However, constant file deletions, registry installations, uninstalls, and other such operations can affect the integrity of your system.

When that happens you shouldn't be surprised if you get an error message starting with:

Wrong application path …

There are various reasons why a problem occurs, sometimes this can be caused by some files or components that are damaged or missing from the system. For example, some users reported they encounter the following problem:

Wrong application path: C: WindowsSystem32svchost.exe

I receive this critical event notification under security and maintenance, my computer's reliability monitor

Since error messages like this are incredibly frequent, we've decided to create a step-by-step guide that will show you exactly what needs to be done to overcome them.

How do I fix the errors of the Wrong Application Path?

1. Replace the faulty function with something else

In the example mentioned above, the problem may be caused by a faulty installation of a third-party antivirus program. In this case, the best course of action would be to uninstall the program and use Windows Defender instead.

On a more general note, find out which process is faulty and replace it with a built-in one Windows An alternative or third-party program can fix the problem.

Also, uninstalling and reinstalling any programs that are causing the problem can also help.

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2. Run an SFC

Deployment image management and service

  1. press Windows key + X, then select Command Prompt (Administrator)
  2. Enter the following command in cmd: DISM.exe / Online / Cleaning Image / RestoreHealth
  3. Hit Get in
  4. After completing the procedure, type the following into the cmd:
  5. Leave System File Checker to run
  6. Restart your pc

By following these steps, you should be able to run any process on your Windows PC without encountering any Wrong Application Path error messages.

Also, keeping your PC clean and following some simple rules will ensure that this error no longer appears in the future.

If you know of any other way to solve this problem, please share it in the comments section below so other users can try it too.