avr-gcc: CreateProcess: No such file or directory

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Hi guys,
I've a strange problem on my compier.
Untill 10 minutes ago I was able to compile all my software with AVRstudio4.18 and avr_gcc.
Now when I lunch a compile, avrstudio compile well all the files but at the end appear the message:

avr-gcc: CreateProcess: No such file or directory
make: *** [Project_V1_00_W003.elf] Error 1
Build failed with 1 errors and 1 warnings...

Oh my god, I'm not able to compile all my works... also old works.
what happen? I've vista but until now there were no problems!
Thanks very much if someone can help me.
Davide

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We've seen that, several times IIRC, here at AVRfreaks and there are threads here where it has been discussed. Search and you shall find.

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Thanks,I didn't know what write into the search bar but now tring to write "CreateProcess" I found many threads.
The only problem is that also reading I'm not able to understand what is the final solution... :) now I try to disinstall winavr and reinstall it and may be read more and more threads.
Thanks.
Davide

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Oops Re-installing winavr the problem doesn't go away. oh oh oh I'm in the problems :)

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Downloading again the winavr las version, installing it and changing the name of the default path of installation, now all works well.
Perfect!
Thanks again
Davide

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I deleted all the environmental variables (one to two) that have to do with WinAVR, GCC. In Windows Seven:
Start>Right Click "Computer">Properties>Click "Advanced Settings">Click "Environmental Variables"> In the lowest box (System Variable), select and delete the variables that I just mentioned.
Make sure you don't delete all the other innocent ones!!! If you run AVR studio, it will tell you it will use default paths, so it will redirect to the default WinAVR path in C:\\.
I hope this helps you save all the ohter hours I spent to find this solution.
Cheers,
Anhell

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angel this still don't resolve my issue....
check "issue in avr studio 4" post