Error 193 0xc1 happens when the Windows Application Manager device fails to locate the exact path to the .exe file for a programme running the operation. This error is not unique to any specialised programme or applications, but any application will generate this error.
It mostly comes with Microsoft Office or when papers are being printed. Make sure that there is no file present in the root of the C drive with the name ‘Software’ to delete these forms of errors. If you have such a file in C’s root directory, rename it or transfer it somewhere else instantly.
How to Fix Error 193 0xc1
- If you do not have a duplicate programme file in the C drive and this error nevertheless happens, it means that the path set to the executable file has changed. You’ve got to manually set this direction in this situation. It is simple just go to Run and type the this command: services.msc
- This command will open a window that will show a list of all the services running on your computer. From the given list, pick the error-causing program, right-click the program, and then click Properties. For eg, in my system, I check the path of avast antivirus:
- Select Path to executable under this Properties pane. Take a closer note of this direction and then go to run and type Regedit again. This will open a browser. Under this go to HKEY LOCAL MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Services\
Under the Utilities tab, look for the appropriate error-causing operation. I am for example taking avast antivirus in my case. Pick the service, and search the Picture route for that specific service on the right pane.
- Take note of this path, too and match now if both directions match precisely. If not, that means you’ve found the cause for the mistake. Now you just need to make one by one changes to these roads. Start modifying the path under Windows Service Properties first and if you still get an error, then try updating the path in the register. I hope this will erase Error 193 0xc1 .
- If you face this issue when printing any papers, then it could be due to the problem of spooling. All you need to do is open command prompt and run the following command exactly as it is given : CMD /K SC CONFIG SPOOLER DEPEND= RPCSS
Click Enter and you’re done right now!! This order terminates dependency issues in the spooler of your printer and restarts the printing process.