Broken(unclickable) App Search Result in Start Menu.

  1.    26 Sep 2017 #1

    Broken(unclickable) App Search Result in Start Menu.

    I have GeForce Experience installed and working perfectly. However, when I try to navigate to it through the windows app search, an unknown file is shown which does not respond to either left or right click.

    Screenshot attached.

    How can I find where the file shown in the search is located and delete it/rebuild it. Reinstalling Geforce Experience does not fix the issue. The search result is there even when no Experience is installed on the machine.

    PS: Everything else works perfectly. I am able to open every single search except that one.

    Best Regards!
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