Cannot open filetype file: 'file': message
To fix by checking the following possible causes
File does not exist.
File, subdirectory, or disk is read-only.
No access permission for file or directory.
Not enough file handles. Close some applications and recompile.
The INCLUDE environment variable is set incorrectly.
An #include directive uses double quotation marks around a path specification, which causes the standard directories to be skipped.
You did not specify /clr and your program uses CLR constructs.
You attempted to compile a single file in the project without first compiling stdafx.cpp. Before you can compile a single file in the project, you need to compile stdafx.cpp. In the case of the /analyze (Enterprise Code Analysis) compiler option, you will need to use the same /analyze setting for stdafx.cpp that you use for the .cpp file.
The following sample generates C1083:
// compile with: /c
#include "test.h" // C1083 test.h does not exist
#include "stdio.h" // OK