The bsc make error bk1506 cannot open file problem might be caused by issues with the Windows Registry.
Users reported that the bsc make error bk1506 cannot open file issue occurs randomly, and sometimes after installing and uninstalling programs.
- The BsC make error bk1506 cannot open file can be caused by a lack of permissions.
- Antivirus software can also cause this issue, so we recommend disabling it for a while.
- If the error occurs when you try to run an application, you can check its integrity.
PC problems? Solve them in minutes.
Check your antivirus software
- Some antivirus programs can cause bsc make error bk1506 cannot open file. To resolve this, try disabling your antivirus and check if the problem persists. If it doesn’t then, you might have to disable your antivirus permanently.
- Try uninstalling your antivirus software and reinstalling it.
Reinstall the .NET Framework
- Type control panel in the search box, and then click Control Panel.
- In Control Panel, double-click Programs and Features.
- In the list of currently installed programs, select .NET Framework.
- Click Uninstall.
- Follow the on-screen instructions to complete the uninstall process.
- Download the Setup file from the official Microsoft website.
- Open the downloaded file.
- Click Next.
- Click Install.
- Follow the on-screen instructions to complete the .NET Framework installation.
Change your registry
- Open Registry Editor (type regedit in the search bar).
Go to HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINESOFTWAREWOW6432NODEWBCS
- Right-click on WBCS folder and select Permissions.
- Select Advanced.
- Click on Add.
- Navigate to the path below (that you have installed the game on): C:\Program Files (x86)\Steam\steamapps\common\Kingdom Come: Deliverance
- Select WBCS folder.
- Find Allow permissions for all users and System.
- Right-click on the folder and select Permissions.
- Click Add.
- Select Everyone.
- Next, select Full Control.
- Click OK.
Change your drives
- If you have less space left on the drive, try deleting some existing files.
- If it keeps failing, try reformatting the drive.
Check your Windows installation
- Open the File Explorer and navigate to C:\Windows
- Right-click the Windows folder, and choose Properties from the menu.
- Go to the General tab, and click the Repair your computer option.
- Select the Troubleshoot option, and check for Windows Update.
- Install the available updates.
Change your file permission
- Open File Explorer.
- Click on This PC.
- Locate the problematic file.
- Right-click on it and select Properties.
- Navigate to the Security tab.
- Under Advanced, click the Change link.
- Select the Replace permission entries on all child objects with inheritable permission entries from this object’s parent object’s permission entries.
- Click on Apply and OK to save the changes.
Perform a clean boot
- Press Windows key + R to open Run.
- Type msconfig and click OK to open System Configuration.
- Go to the Services tab and disable all third-party apps and services.
- Now, go to the Startup tab.
- Click on the Open Task Manager button.
- Open the Startup tab.
- Now, disable all startup applications.
- Click the Apply and OK buttons.
- Restart your PC.