Pending OP Response When I start my PC, I get this notification. How do I fix it?

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everyonekiller7

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When I start my PC, I get this notification. How do I fix it?

"can't access the specified device, path, or file. You may not have the right access permissions for the item'

Above it is: C:\Program FilesWindowsAppsMicrosoft.549981C3F5F10_2.2008.26724.0_x64__8wekyb3d8...
 

Bruce

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looks like one of the MS Store Apps on your PC is dodgy.
where it says the folder path and you show it ending in ... is there more after those dots, as that's where it may tell you the App's name.

long shot, but from an elevated command prompt, type in wsreset and see if that helps.
 

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Bruce

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to clarify, the error pops up when the PC starts or after you log into your user account?
if the later, try creating another user account and log in on that one.
 

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What happened when you tried these that were also suggested.

To also add to Bruces' information have you tried opening windows explorer and following the program path?
Is there not a other option, bc I do not want to reset my whole pc
 

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@Bruce is not asking you to reset the whole PC that command will reset and clear the Microsoft Store Cashe.

To also add to Bruces' information have you tried opening windows explorer and following the program path?
What were the results?

Nothing that we have asked you to do will cause the system to restore its self in any way.
 

Bruce

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that error you are getting relates to some MS app.
MS apps are linked to a user account - what you see for your apps isn't what other users see.
there are the stock standard apps like Calculator, Maps, People etc that are defaults for all users, but if you remove one or add one, that only shows for your user.

so my theory is, if you were to create another user account and log in under that, the error should go away for the new user.

and to confirm, do you see that message when you turn the PC on, or after you log into your user account?