Fix subst.exe errors
subst.exe is a DLL file which is responsible for component Subst Utility in Windows systems like Windows 7 Professional Edition 64-bit. It was created on 7/13/2009 4:15:26 PM, the size is 13824 bytes and its version is 6.1.7600.16385.
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Once infected, the file path of subst.exe will be re-set as:
And the software like PC game Anarchy Online: The Notum Wars, Web browser Android Browser 533.21.1 or antivirus ESET NOD32 Antivirus 5 can't start up, along with error message:
subst.exe is missing or was not found.
When you restart your computer, you would receive subst.exe blue screen of death (BSOD), along with stop error code:
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Windows 7 - EMET 2.0
1. I noticed a "?" sign infront of svchost.exe in the DEP column. Wasn't there a few days back ... what is this suppose to indicate? 2. Found the following; c: cd "C:\Program Files\EMET" emet_conf.exe --add "C:\WINDOWS\explorer.exe" pause The author said it was an overkill to which I agree but would it be safe to do this and or necessary? What needs to be excluded from this list?
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Windows Media Centre Vista won't recognise DVD files as DVD's on external hard drive?
Could you help please? Using the info on the net i have been attempting to get my MC to recognise dvd's stored on my external hard drive but it's having none of it, can you offer any advice? I have mounted my external hard drive (f:) on to my c: drive in c:\video, tried turning sharing things on, and had a go at the 'subst.exe' thing, but i'm not quite sure what i'm trying to do with that. Any help would be greatly appreciated!
Try the following:- Open Windows Media Center. Click picture library or music library . Right-click a picture or a video, and then click Library Setup . Click to select the option button next to Add a folder to watch . Follow the prompts to add a folder from an external hard disk. S.Sengupta Media Center MVP
Thanks, but i can make media centre see the files on my hard drive, that isn't the problem i'm having - i want media centre to recognise the DVD files on my external hard drive as DVD's and place them into the DVD library. MC can see the DVD folder and the Video TS/ Audio TS folders, but doesn't see anything in them. It recognises them on the laptop internal hard drive and puts them straight into the DVD library, but doesn't recognise them from the external hard drive.
Installation of Microsoft Visual Studio 2010 (32 bit) failed - 4294967295.
Edited for security is the app log. Usually we do whats called a small scale distribution where software is pushed directly to a machine. This one machine failed. So i attempted a manual install, got the same error. Even wiped and did a fresh COE of WIn 7 64 bit and get the same error. Anyone help?? Application Title = Microsoft Visual Studio 2010 (32 bit) Name in 8 = VISPRO10 Per User Install? = NO Version # = 10.00 ------------------ I N V E N T O R Y S E C T I O N ------------------ Custom Inventory Section: /RunInv option NOT passed on the command line, skipping Inventory Section.
This is not much help but -4294967295 = ERROR INVALID FUNCTION, perhaps there is a problem with the source file that downloading it again might fix?
Subst.exe breaks OneDrive
I've come across a nasty bug in OneDrive. If you use the subst command to map a drive letter to a folder somewhere within a OneDrive folder, then OneDrive will eventually break. This is because of two unfortunate behaviors. First, Windows will create a "System Volume Information" in the fake root of the mapped drive, and give it standard ownership and permissions for a "System Volume Information" folder. Of course, this makes it inaccessible to the user that OneDrive runs as. Second, OneDrive cannot gracefully handle finding a folder it can't access. Instead of telling you that it has a problem with a given folder, it throws the error that says it can't access the "\path\to\System Volume Information" folder and askes if you want to reconfigure OneDrive or check the folder yourself and restart OneDrive. Whichever option you choose, your OneDrive configuration is blown away and you have to start from scratch, re-create the configuration, and re-sync everything. The re-sync can ta
Intresting post tony, was this evident across multiple OS / OndeDrive clients ? we have a scenario where we have a client looking to use something like this too... but would be good to know a little more, Don`t suppose MS provide any kind of guidance ?
I did see exactly the same symptom on more than one computer. I was using the same Office 365/OneDrive account on both PCs, but I'm sure that's irrelevant. I did not attempt to get Microsoft help on this, so I can't say from experience whether there would be any guidance. I'd be willing to bet, though, that the guidance would be "Don't do that." MS seems to feel that OneDrive is good enough, despite some obvious deficiencies. I have found, for example, that, astonishingly, OneDrive cannot handle some paths and filenames that are perfectly legal in NTFS. You can't sync a file whose name contains a # character, for example. And I've had OneDrive complain about a path being too long, although obviously the path in question is valid in the NTFS filesystem it's trying to copy.
Windows search 4 index options won't take sub-folders when adding disk C
Hi all, I've recently started using WDS 4 but ran into this: when adding disk C to the index options list, only the root of C is added and all folders (accept some) are added as excludes. So I must add every folder and sub-folder manually to make sure the indexer scans it. What I've tried to fix this behaviour: - used policies to add drive C and it's subfolders. No effect, the scanner simply doesn't scan the disk. It DOES scan the other folders that have been added through the modify index options interface (like my documents). - I've set the FANCI flag on the disk. No effect. - created a subst disk ("subst.exe z: c:") and then added z: as a drive to scan. No effect, drive z: is not scanned. I've checked all the services etc. and everything is running. When resetting the index options to default the scanner does index the default locations, but I simply can't add disk C with all it's subfolders. Some setup details: Windows XP, SP3, updates auto and uptodate, disk C is NTFS. Any tips wo
Hi Maledictus010, Let’s follow these methods & check if it helps. Method 1 In Windows Explorer, click Tools > Folder Options > Search Tab and ensure the appropriate options are selected. You may also restore the defaults if necessary. Method 2 You may follow these links & check if the issue persists. How to Search for Files and Folders in Windows XP Using the "A word or phrase in the file" search criterion may not work Refer: Windows Search Hope the information helps. Please post back and let us know. Regards Debleena S Microsoft Answers Support Engineer Visit our Microsoft Answers Feedback Forum and let us know what you think.
Hi, That was not helpful. My question was not about searching, it was about the indexer options. It seems impossible to simply add disk C (the system drive); the indexer options panel automatically excludes just about every folder of interest when I add disk C. I've since noticed that both windows vista and 7 have the same "problem" so I'm inclined to believe that it is default behaviour (this is further supported by examining the Search registry settings; there are many excludes for system locations set by default there). Also, when adding any non-C disk (like disk D) the problem doesn't occur, so it must have something to do with protecting stuff in "documents and settings". Always nice to know windows is watching out for me, it must be very dangerous to have the indexer search the few actually meaningful folders on the disk. So if you have anything to add that either confirms or explains this, please do. Otherwise issue closed.
Subst not working in Windows 8.1
I have a batch file that I've been using since windows xp, all the way up through windows 8.1 beta. Since I installed the full 8.1 this week, the batch file quit working: SUBST.EXE L: "c:\development\clientname" I tried right/click run as administrator, and it "sorta" works...interestingly...with MSAccess XP. But MSOffice 2010 products don't recognize the drive letter in the File Open dialog box, and Windows Explorer doesn't display the L: drive. However , if I go to a command prompt and type L: and press enter, it recognizes and goes to the L: drive.... I tried running the command line directly from command prompt (admin) and same results... Aargh! Help!
I am really at a loss. I really need help. After running sfc /scannow, I am getting intermittent results. Sometimes the drive letter shows up in Explorer and sometimes it does not. But even if it does, when I launch MSAccess XP and try to navigate to the substituted drive, the substituted drive cannot be seen. If I open MSAccess 2010, the substituted drive can be seen. Before I installed the full version of Windows 8.1 a couple of weeks ago, I was using this feature constantly without any issues. Before I installed the full version of Windows 8.1, I was running the preview version of Windows 8.1. I wiped the drive, installed Windows 8.0, then immediately ran the Windows 8.1 full update. Can anyone help? Thank you so much.
hmm, even though it said it found no integrity errors, it seems to be working now. Thank you!
I tested it on 3 separate Windows 8.1 machines, and it worked on all of them. Asus G1 laptop (came with Vista, upgraded to 7, then 8, then 8.1) Dell Venue Pro (came with Windows 8.1 already installed) Sony Vaio all-in-one (came with 8.0, upgraded to 8.1). I did not have to use an administrator command prompt, it worked without elevation. I tested by checking File Explorer for the appearance of a drive: Since it does not work on your computer, I would try first a System File Check to make sure all system files are in place. From an admin command prompt, type sfc /scannow to start.
Hey Karen, sorry no one has posted back. I wish I could reproduce the issue and try it. I only have Access 2013 installed, but nothing I could do could cause the Q: drive to stop showing anywhere or being used.
A somewhat opposite scenario played out on my end. When I run CMD as admin and use SUBST to assign the drive letter t: to a folder I am able to use the drive letter from the command prompt but not from windows explorer. If I enter explorer t: , a message pops up stating that the location is not available. If I use a letter that is not assigned, the file explorer opens up the documents folder. If I use subst without elevated privileges, it works as expected. Since you were upgrading from earlier versions of windows, any chance that it could be a corrupt profile issue? I'd say check your event log and see if anything pops up. For what it's worth, the net use command does not work for me when I want to map a network share.
The problem is back. I think it might be related to the fact that I am switching back and forth between MSAccess XP and MSAccess 2010. Every time I open one or the other it runs the Windows Installer. Not sure if you fully tested your subst, because it can look like you have substituted, but if you explore the drive letter, you might find it is still pointing to an earlier subst path.
Can anyone help me with this? :-)
Anyone? It is the darndest thing I have ever seen. No one else experiencing it?
thank you for trying, Shawn :-)
"I have a batch file that I've been using since windows xp, all the way up through windows 8.1 beta. Since I installed the full 8.1 this week, the batch file quit working: SUBST.EXE L: "c:\development\clientname" ... I tried running the command line directly from command prompt (admin) and same results ... Aargh! Help!" AAAARRRGGGHHHHHH.... WHY IS MY FORMATING BROKEN? IT WAS FINE...... So first of all, i got into the same Problem and noticed that hardly anyone read the problem post... If i call "subst l: "C:\dev\projekt 123\Client\wtf" in a command prompt it works - BUT i don´t want to type everyting in a command promt or copy paste it for every projekt i work on an hour or two. If i paste the command line that works as a single Statement in the cmd into a Batch file like map-this-****.cmd containing just the one line and double click it, it gets executed BUT in a Loop with no effect at all. no error, no mapped dir, just printing the line repeaditly in a loop .... :( goto 0 If i execut
Subst.exe from vba
How can I execute the subst command when my app.mdb opens? It must work if the user is running Windows 7 or Windows 8... subst t: %appdata%\LP
Have you looked at using the shell command?
I have decided to make it the responsibility of the network administrator to make sure the drive is substituted, rather than the responsibility of the app. Thank you for the Shell suggestion. I realized, as the users open and close the app continuously throughout the day, I didn't know the impact of continually substituting the drive might impact the system or system resources.
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