This is a fairly common error and can be related to your antivirus removing a file perceived as a threat, but not the autostart task or scheduled task to run it:
The simplest way to get rid of the error, is to stop Windows from attempting to load this file.
If you are facing a different situation and a different known program is demanding this file (typically referenced in the error message), or if you are uncertain, contact our support by submitting a ticket above and we can give more specialized help.
How to remove the task attempting to run the missing file;
- Download the free program Autoruns by Microsoft.
- Run Autoruns (as admin) and find the yellow highlighted Image Paths that ends with the filename in your error message. Usually you can locate those image paths from the tab named "Scheduled Task".
- Right click any yellow highlighted row ending with the filename and path from the error message, and choose delete.
- Try to find all yellow highlighted Image Paths that ends with the filename and path from the error message from "Everything" tab, delete them.
NOTE: Carefully choose image paths that ends with the filename from the error message only, if you deleted paths that are not highlighted then it might cause some trouble booting your PC.
- Reboot Computer