Can you open the setup log and copy the content here?
If you run with Run as Administrator, same issue?
yes wasea, getting same error. when i am trying to open, its not opened.
It will be good to have a look on te logs.
Here is something described regarding your issue.
Please try to remove:
butr these paths are not available in my system.
As in local , there is no uiPath folder there
so, unable to remove.
Well, I recommend to check the setup logs. Also, in Event viewer logs can be the error message and so.
A good idea is to check the UiPath software requirements:
If you provide the setup logs ( click on that button Open Setup Log), we might be able to identify the issue, but based only a screenshot with an error message it’s quite hard to guess.
I have found some extra clues, see here:
As well as a bit earlier in that topic:
After reading all the comments here and on the other related topics and after I tried everything (and nothing worked until today), I tried these:
first, I uninstalled UiPath Studio
I used the ”search” function to find all UiPath related folders and files in *C:*
then, I deleted all the UiPath files that I have found *in C:* - and in the Recycle Bin
closed ALL internet browser pages (as I have tried to install again the UiPath Extension, I had opened at that time: Chrome, Microsoft Edge, Internet Explorer, FireFox…)
disabled the ESET antivirus (I don’t know if it was a threat for ESET as it was for McAfee, but just to be sure…)
after that, I only opened one internet page and reinstalled UiPath Studio (https://cloud.uipath.com/)
in Studio, I went to ”Tools” and installed the extensions I needed
in the internet browser – I activated the extensions (in this order, not first in browser and after that in Studio) and:
- checked ”Allow in incognito”
- checked”Allow access to file URLs”
- checked ”Enabled”
So, finaly, no error message!
I hope it works for you, as it worked for me