ERROR_MR_MID_NOT_FOUND is a system error that can appear on any PC. This error usually comes with The system cannot find message text for message number message, and today we’re going to show you how to fix it.
How to fix ERROR_MR_MID_NOT_FOUND error?
Fix – ERROR_MR_MID_NOT_FOUND
Solution 1 – Use third-party software for registry issues
We recommend installing professional third-party software designed to fix registry and hardware issues, as well as common Windows errors. This type of tool can provide you with a thorough diagnosis and deliver system optimization within minutes.
Defective OS files and registry affect your PC’s performance and response time too. Repairing or replacing them is necessary if you want them to perform advanced administrative functions.
This tool will perform a complex scan and detect damaged files in real-time. Using an online database, it will replace all the files in critical condition with healthy ones and restore your Windows registry values to their default settings.
Solution 2 – Check your Command Prompt shortcut
According to users, this error usually appears when trying to run certain commands from Command Prompt. Users reported creating a shortcut of Command Prompt on their desktop, but it seems that they can’t run any commands from it.
This error usually occurs if you don’t create a Command Prompt shortcut properly. If you copy Command Prompt to your desktop by mistake and try to run commands from it, you might experience certain problems. To fix this problem, we strongly advise you to check your Command Prompt shortcut and recreate it.
To create a Command Prompt shortcut, you can do the following:
- Right click on your desktop and choose New > Shortcut.
- Create Shortcut wizard will appear. Enter cmd in the input field and click on Next.
- Now enter the name for your shortcut and click on Finish.
You can also create Command Prompt shortcut by going to the Windows directory and creating shortcut from there. To do that, follow these steps:
- Open File Explorer and go to C:WindowsSystem32.
- Locate cmd.exe, right click it and choose Create shortcut option.
- You’ll now get a warning message asking you to create a shortcut on your desktop. Click on Yes.
If you want, you can also use Pin to Start option to pin Command Prompt to the Start Menu. Alternatively, you can also start Command Prompt directly by doing the following:
Another way to start Command Prompt is to use Win + X menu. This is a useful feature that allows you to quickly access certain system applications on Windows. To access Command Prompt, do the following:
If Command Prompt isn’t available, you can also use PowerShell to run your commands.
You can also start Command Prompt using the Run dialog. To do that, follow these steps:
As you can see, this problem is usually caused by a bad shortcut, but you should be able to solve it by creating a new Command Prompt shortcut or by running it directly.
Solution 3 – Check if the command syntax is correct
If you’re using command line applications often, you can sometimes get this error if you don’t enter your commands properly. If you make a typo or enter an invalid parameter or command, you can cause this error to appear. To avoid it, we strongly advise you to double check your commands before you run them in Command Prompt.
Solution 4 – Reinstall IIS service
According to users, this error can sometimes occur while using IIS service. To fix this problem, users are suggesting to uninstall and reinstall the IIS service. After doing that, the problem should be resolved completely.
Solution 5 – Use Command Prompt
The system cannot find message text for message number error can sometimes appear while trying to start Event Viewer. To fix this problem, users are recommending to use Command Prompt to disable certain services. This is relatively simple and you can do it by following these steps:
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- Press Windows Key + X and choose Command Prompt (Admin). If Command Prompt isn’t available, you can use PowerShell instead.
- When Command Prompt opens, you need to enter these commands one by one:
- net stop winmgmt
- cd C:WindowsSystem32LogFilesWMI
- rename RtBackup RtBackup2
After running these commands restart your PC and check if the problem still persists.
Solution 5 – Use PowerShell ISE
PowerShell is a command line tool similar to Command Prompt, but it offers more advanced features. However, users reported this error message while trying to run certain scripts in PowerShell. To fix this problem, users are recommending to use PowerShell ISE. To do that, follow these steps:
- Press Windows Key + S and enter powershell.
- Choose PowerShell ISE from the list of results.
- After PowerShell ISE starts, try to run your script again.
In addition to running PowerShell ISE, you can also try running it with administrative privileges. To do that, simply repeat the same steps and right click PowerShell ISE and choose Run as administrator from the menu.
Solution 6 – Run SFC scan
According to users, this error can sometimes occur due to corrupted system files. Fortunately for you, you might be able to fix it by running an SFC scan. To use this feature, do the following:
- Press Windows Key + X and choose Command Prompt (Admin) from the menu.
- Once Command Prompt starts, enter the sfc /scannow command and press Enter to run it.
- The scanning process will now start. Keep in mind that the scanning can take more than 15 minutes, so be sure not to interrupt it.
After the scanning is completed, check if the problem still appears.
If SFC scan can’t fix the problem, or if you can’t run SFC scan at all, you might want to try using DISM scan instead. To do that, follow these steps:
- Open Command Prompt as administrator and enter the following:
- DISM /Online /Cleanup-Image /CheckHealth
- DISM /Online /Cleanup-Image /ScanHealth
- These two commands will scan your system separately, so be sure not to interrupt them. If the scans report any problems, you need to use DISM /Online /Cleanup-Image /RestoreHealth command to repair your installation. The repair process can take more than 20 minutes, so be sure not to interrupt it.
After repairing your system with DISM command the problem should be resolved.
Solution 7 – Make sure to properly open Command Prompt
According to users, they are getting this error while trying to start Command Prompt. It seems that this error occurs when users try to copy Command Prompt to a different folder and run it from there. In order to use Command Prompt you need to run it from its default folder.
Sometimes users need to open a specific directory with Command Prompt, but copying the Command Prompt to that directory isn’t a solution. To properly open any directory with Command Prompt you need to do the following:
- Navigate to the directory you wish to open.
- Press and hold the Shift key and right click anywhere in the directory. Choose Open Command Prompt window here. Some users might have Open PowerShell window here option instead. Both options work the same and it will open the command line tool in that directory.
Alternatively, you can start the Command Prompt and use the CD command to navigate to the desired directory.
The system cannot find message text for message number error usually appears when using Command Prompt. This isn’t a serious error and in most cases you can fix it by checking your Command Prompt shortcut.
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