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How to [Fix] Windows can't find one of the files in this theme error

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How to [Fix] Windows can't find one of the files in this theme error

Windows can't find one of the files in this theme. Do you still want to save the theme?

Occasionally, Windows users may receive the Windows cannot find one of the files within this theme error prompt with no obvious action that might have caused this. Users who are affected by this issue report that they did not attempt saving or modifying themes before they encountered the error message. Whatever you choose to do at the prompt will not matter since the error will return after a few days regardless of what you do. In addition to Windows 10, Windows 8 and Windows 7 have also been reported to have this problem.

 

Why does Windows cannot find one of the files in this theme

  1. SettingSyncHost.exe is glitched - This executable is causing the error message to appear. This particular error appears if SettingSyncHost.exe is unable to sync your theme properly across our system.
  2. The error is caused by a custom screensaver - Custom screensavers have been reported to be responsible for this error. A feature of this is likely to show up if you inactively visit the website for a while.
  3. There may be a problem if the active theme is glitching -- It has been speculated that this issue may occur if the active theme is glitching. The affected users have found a solution by changing their active theme and removing leftover folders from the active theme.

Fix : Windows can't find one of the files in this theme error

  • Disable your custom screensaver

1. Press Windows key + R to open up a Run dialog box. Then, at that point, type "ms-settings:lockscreen" and press Enter to open up the Lock screen tab of the Personalization menu.

       Run dialog: ms-settings:lockscreen

2. Click on the Screen saver tab inside the Lock screen tab

            in the Lock screen menu, click on Screen saver settings

3. In the Screen Saver Settings, access the drop-down menu under Screen saver and set it to none. Then, at that point, click Apply to save the progressions you've quite recently made.

Removing the screen saver

4. Restart your system and screen if the issue has been fixed at the following startup.

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