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I have a peculiar problem. I'm quite new to LaTeX but have used TeXnicCenter with MiKTeX for a while now without any major issues. However today, when I try to compile a .tex document to .pdf, I get the errors shown in the image below.

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The exact same files have been working fine ten days ago but now this.

When I open the files directly in MiKTeX and "Typeset" them, they work fine. What is the problem?

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Please be more specific: How is the complete name of the tex file you want to compile? Do you call/input/include a file CV_Svenska ... in your tex file? If possible do not use blanks in filenames! –  Kurt Jun 9 '13 at 11:17
    
I guess when saying "open directly in MiKTeX" you mean the included TeXWorks editor? –  marczellm Jun 9 '13 at 11:22
    
Your path variable is being parsed as TeX directive. See \MikTeX part in the first error. I guess you forgot a brace { somewhere. –  percusse Jun 9 '13 at 11:22
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Percusse is correct, but the reason for that is still strange. I would suggest you delete your TeXnicCenter output profiles and regenerate them using the builtin assistant. It should call pdflatex then as follows <path to pdflatex>\pdflatex.exe -interaction=nonstopmode "%wm". –  Alexander Jun 9 '13 at 11:40

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The problem was solved by running TeXnicCenter as Administrator (Windows 7).

Not sure why it was needed this time though when I have not needed it before. Now after compiling once as administrator it works fine running TeXnicCenter as a "normal" user.

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