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How to resolve module not found error in google colab?

I got module not found error for import win32gui statement in google colab.. I also tried using !pip install win32gui..

10th Apr 2021, 12:18 PM
5 Answers
11th Apr 2021, 1:39 PM
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Update your Google Chrome version to >=80 and it works perfectly! Show activity on this post. an internet connection problem: so check your internet connection first, or try opening other sites. the notebook you are trying to open is corrupted: try to open a new notebook from colab.
3rd Oct 2022, 4:58 AM
James W
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Steps to fix- 1. Make sure imported modules are installed. 2. Make sure modules are spelled correctly. 3. Make sure modules are in the right casing. 4. Make sure you use the right paths. Regards, Rachel Gomez
17th Mar 2023, 6:08 AM
rachel gomez
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To resolve a "module not found" error in Google Colab, you can try the following steps: Check if the module is available: Confirm that the module you are trying to import, in this case win32gui, is available for installation in the Python package repository. Install the module: Run !pip install win32gui in a code cell to install the win32gui module in the Colab environment. Restart the runtime: After installing the module, restart the Colab runtime by going to the "Runtime" menu and selecting "Restart runtime". This will ensure that the newly installed module is properly loaded. Import the module: Once the runtime is restarted, import the module again using import win32gui. Make sure to import it in the same code cell or subsequent cells where you intend to use it. If these steps don't resolve the issue, you may need to consider alternative approaches or verify if the module is compatible with the Colab environment.
9th Jun 2023, 12:09 PM
Miguel watson manuel
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n Google Colab, you can't use the win32gui library directly because it's a Windows-specific library for interacting with the Windows GUI. Google Colab runs on Linux-based virtual machines, so Windows-specific libraries like win32gui won't work. If you need to perform GUI-related tasks or interact with the Windows GUI, you would typically need to run your code on a Windows machine or a Windows-based environment.
18th Sep 2023, 9:59 AM
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