So this question has been asked a lot of times and I´ve tried every suggestion on this subject. none of which has worked for me.

Here I just tried printing an image in my pdf. I've tried the following

• Makings sure there are no typos in the file
• using: tools > PDFLaTeX
• doing changes to the root folder in MikTeX settings

It seems that the tex file does find my png. If I change the name of the image file such that it is incorrect, then the console gives me an error: "file xxx not found". But if the file name is correct, I get the 'file not found' window.

Thanks!

• you have spurious doubled `{{..}}` in `\includegraphics` the exact behaviour of that depends which version of graphics you have installed, but it is always wrong. – David Carlisle Dec 30 '20 at 13:56
• it would also help if you showed the complete error from the log file not just a screenshot of your editor dialog. – David Carlisle Dec 30 '20 at 13:58
• For testing purposes, I suggest that you don't use accented characters in the `\graphicspath`, and that you rename the picture to something consisting only of letters. If this works, you can add, step by step, underscores, parentheses and accented letters. – gernot Dec 30 '20 at 14:08
• Thanks for your feedback guys but I've figured it out, see answers! – Atli Tobiasson Jan 1 at 19:15