Windows Cannot Find wt.exe? Here’s What to do
Often, corrupt system files will prompt this problem.
Before engaging in any advanced troubleshooting or settings tweaks, you should consider performing the following preliminary checks;
- Restart your PC.
- Ensure that the name of the path is correctly written.
- Check your Windows Terminal settings.
Having confirmed the above checks if the problem persists, you can explore the advanced solutions provided below to know what works for you.
1. Run an SFC Scan
- Left-click the Start Menu, type Command Prompt, and click on Run as administrator.
- Next, type the following and press Enter:
- Once completed, restart your PC and this should fix any corruption found.
2. Tweak the Windows Terminal settings
- Press the Windows, type App execution aliases, and launch it.
- Locate the Windows Terminal and toggle off the option. Now, toggle the option on again and exit the window.
3. Repair and Reset Windows Terminal
- Press the Windows + I keys to open the Settings app.
- On the left pane, click on Apps and choose Installed apps.
- Type Terminal in the search bar. Select the three-dot icon next to the Terminal and click Advanced options.
- Select the Repair option. If you’re still facing the same error, press the Reset button.
- Now relaunch the Windows Terminal from the Start menu. Take note that, using the reset option will cause your data to be deleted. Therefore, ensure your data is backed up in a file before resetting the Windows Terminal.
4. Reinstall Windows Terminal
- Launch the Microsoft Store app on your system. Type Windows Terminal in the search box.
- Click on the official Windows Terminal app from the search results.
- Now, click on the Get button.
- Wait until the installation process is complete; once done, restart your PC