How to Fix Fatal Error No Language File Found

The error “Fatal error no language file found” can occur anytime on your computer. The error usually doesn’t affect your computer in any way other than just showing a pop up that shows this error.

The most common cause of this error is the SpyHunter application. If you have recently installed or have been using SpyHunter for a while then that’s most likely the cause. Removing/uninstalling SpyHunter will solve the problem.

If you haven’t installed SpyHunter on your computer then try the Troubleshooting. But if you have SpyHunter on your computer then try method 1. If that doesn’t solve the problem then that means something else is causing the problem. You need to identify what is causing the problem. Try method 2 then 3 for troubleshooting your problem.

If you have recently installed a software or program other than SpyHunter then that might be the problem. Try uninstalling the program and check if the issue persists.

Method 1: Removing SpyHunter

  1. Hold Windows key and press X (release the Windows Key) and select Control Panel. For Windows 7 and Windows Vista, click Start > click Control Panel
  2. Click Programs then click Programs and Features
  3. Click SpyHunter or RegHunter once and select uninstall
  4. Click Yes if Windows asks you if you are sure

Wait for the uninstallation to finish and restart your computer. The problem should be solved now

Method 2: Safe Mode

  1. Press Windows Key once or click on the Windows icon on the bottom left corner
  2. Select the restart option after clicking the Power off button for Windows 10 and 8. For Windows 7, click the arrow next to the Shutdown button (or the arrow next to the lock button).
  3. Hold the F8 key while your computer is restarting. You need to press and hold the key before the Windows icon appear. If you couldn’t press the key then try restarting again
  4. Go to Advanced Boot Option by using arrow keys and go to the Safe Mode for Networking option
  5. Press Enter

Now check if the language file not found pops up again. If it doesn’t, go here and do a clean reboot by following instructions for your specific Windows Version. Then follow the instructions under the How to determine what is causing the problem by performing a clean boot heading to check what is causing the issue.

After you are finished troubleshooting, follow the instructions under How to reset the computer to start as usual after clean boot troubleshooting to restart your computer in the normal way.


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