Most likely a permissions issue although the path looks odd as well. BGInfo stores the configuration you set up in a .bgi file. You can create your own but it defaults to default.bgi IIRC. However in this case it is using a custom file. Most likely somebody set up a startup task or dragged a shortcut to BGInfo into the Startup folder and it starts up automatically on login. However it cannot find the file and is generating the error. When you try to create the file it is attempting to write to the
BGInfo\bginfo2.bgi folder and fails, most likely because of the bad path or permissions.
- Go to the Startup folder and look and see if there is a shortcut to BGInfo there. If not then go look in Task Scheduler instead.
- Look in the file system. There is most likely a
BGInfofolder. However the
bginfo2.bgifolder looks wrong. I suspect you have a
- Adjust the shortcut (or task) to use the correct
bgifile. It should configured to specify the path to the
bgifile to load at startup.
- If neither file exists then start
BGInfoas an admin. Adjust the display settings to your liking and then save the file as
silent.bgi. Fix the path that the shortcut is using as mentioned earlier.