How to Fix Windows Cannot Find ‘/OnlineUpdate/LiveUpd.exe’

If after you upgrade your Windows 10 computer you continue to encounter a Windows error that cannot find “/OnlineUpdate/LiveUpd.exe”, this article should help you. In this article we are going to explain what the error message is and what may be the possible cause of the error, and the mitigation measures you can take to correct the anomaly.

If this problem occurs, you will receive the following complete bug report.

Windows cannot find “/OnlineUpdate/LiveUpd.exe”. Make sure that you enter the name correctly, and try again.

What is LiveUpd.exe?

The LiveUpd.exe source file is a software component of Mobile Partner of Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd.
This process is installed as part of Mobile Partner of Huawei Technologies on computers that use Huawei USB modems for mobile Internet via 3G / LTE cellular network. It is removed when “uninst.exe” is launched from “Mobile Partner” subfolder, which is usually located in “C: \ Program Files”. Although the exact role of liveupd.exe is not described here, Mobile Partner is a Windows user interface that allows Huawei modem users to track and manage their online accounts with their service provider. Chinese company Huawei from Shenzhen, Guangdong Province, provides high-speed wireless Internet services and related devices to nearly one-third of the world’s population through localized Internet service providers. Their alleged links with the Chinese military have prompted some governments to prohibit the use of their products in official communications.

The .exe extension in the file name indicates an executable file. In some cases, executable files can damage your computer. So read below to decide for yourself whether LiveUpd.exe on your computer is a Trojan that you need to remove or a file associated with the Windows operating system, or a trusted application.

Check the File in the Task Manager

I recommend that you find the liveupd exe program in Task Manager and exit it. Check to see if it helps.

You can do the following steps accordingly:

a) Enter Task Manager, then click Task Manager on the Start screen.
b) Click Details to open multiple tabs.
c) Click the Details tab and find the liveupd.exe program.
d) Select the program and click “Complete the task”.

Check to see if you have the same problem again.

Disable the security software in your system temporarily.

If you need to temporarily disable the antivirus to install other software; you must activate the antivirus program as soon as you are finished. If you are connected to the Internet or network with antivirus software turned off, your computer is vulnerable to virus attacks.

Clean Boot Windows 10

Ready to start a clean Windows 10? Here are the steps.

  • Right-click the Start button.
  • Click the search button.
  • Type msconfig and press Enter on your keyboard.
  • Click on “Services.”
  • Select the Hide all Microsoft services check box.
  • Click Disable All.
  • Click Start.
  • Click Open Task Manager.
  • Click a startup installation that you suspect is obstructing.
  • Click Disconnect. Repeat steps 9 and 10 for all autoload programs.
  • Click X to close Task Manager.
  • In the System Setup window, click OK.
  • Reboot the computer.

After the PC restarts, only the basic items will start. If you have problems with the program or update, try running or installing in a clean boot environment. If the problem is not solved, you know that you do not have a software conflict, and the problem is different.