Finding the solution for Windows Error Code 114 is only another click away. Read the following File System article on solving Windows Error Code 114 in order to finally get rid of it.
Fixing the underlying problems that might trigger this error code can be a little intimidating. There could be a coding error in an application that is causing the error to take place. This is a common scenario. Many other scenarios could produce this error message, but to focus on all of them would take up pages of space. The focus of this solution will be on working with an application that is causing the Windows error to occur.
If the fix supplied by the vendor does not work, you should look at some of the files stored on your hard drive. If you get the error when trying to open a certain file, make sure that the file's name is not too long. If the file has a name that is more than 20 characters long and is nested deep in a sub-directory, it's a good idea to make a copy of the file, rename it with a shorter name and move it to your desktop to try and open it. There can be other underlying causes, but coding and file names that are excessively long are the most likely culprits for this particular error.
TipFor more information, please see: How to fix File System error #114