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Joined: 31 Dec 08Posts: 1 Message 22196 - Posted: 31 Dec 2008, 6:04:49 UTC Error message I got when I tried to install. I run vista. This happens while it says setup
Error 1327 Invalid Driveis preparing.ID: 22196 · Les BaylissSendmessage Joined: 25 Nov 05Posts: 985 Message 22197 error 1327 invalid drive e - Posted: 31 Dec 2008, 6:15:49 UTC Which BOINC version? To which drive where you trying to install? Were you trying error 1327 invalid drive f to put the data part as a folder under the program part? (Which isn't allowed with version 6.* because of Vista constraints.) ID: 22197 · Aurora BorealisSendmessage Joined: 8 Jan 06Posts: 448 Message 22198
Error 1327 Invalid Drive D- Posted: 31 Dec 2008, 6:22:12 UTC - in response to Message 22196.Last modified: 31 Dec 2008, 6:27:26 UTC Error message I got when I tried to install. I run vista. This happens while it says setup is preparing. Just a guess on my part... Googling this error code for Vista seems to be associated with attempting to install to a network drive or shared folder.... additional edit
Error 1327 Invalid Drive GYou were installing to F:\BOINC and not just F:\ID: 22198 · rakarinSendmessage Joined: 26 Dec 08Posts: 9 Message 22209 - Posted: 31 Dec 2008, 20:47:19 UTC - in response to Message 22198. That happens on laptops from where I work. If your "My documents" directory is set to a network drive or removable drive, if that drive is not connected, installs using Windows' MSI engine will fail. You should have a desktop icon that's a link to your "My Documents" directory. Right click on that, and go to Properties. It should open to the "Target" tab. The only thing here is "Target Location". If that says "F:" or "F:\", that's yor problem. Change it to a directory on your local drive (probably C:\). Note that technically the BOINC EULA does not let you install it on computers you do not own. ID: 22209 · Message boards : Questions and problems : error 1327. Invalid drive: F:\ BOINC home page · Log in · Create account Copyright © 2016 University of California. Permission is granted to copy, distribute and/or modify this document under the terms of the GNU Free Documentation License, Version 1.2 or any later version published by the Free Software Foundation.
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to : Acrobat Creative Suite CS3 Photoshop Elements Issue When you attempt to install Acrobat 6.x-7.x, Photoshop Elements 5.0, or Creative Suite 3 on Windows, the following error https://helpx.adobe.com/creative-suite/kb/error-1327-invalid-drive-drive.html occurs "Error 1327 - Invalid Drive [drive letter here]" Reason A system folder is mapped to a network drive that has the Reconnect at Logon check box checked.You've changed the drive letter for the CD-ROM drive or hard drive where the system folder is located. Solution Adobe Technical Support recommends that you temporarily disable startup items and services before attempting to install. After the installation error 1327 is complete you can re-enable the startup items.Do one or more of the following:Solution 1: Use the subst command to remove the drive letter.This DOS utility allows a user to connect and disconnect a drive letter to a virtual drive location. Disconnecting the drive letter should allow the installer to proceed without generating a error message. Click Start > Run. Type cmd and click OK. error 1327 invalid Type subst /D [Driver Letter]: and press Enter. -- If you recieve a error proceed to Solution 2. Type exit and press Enter. Attempt to install Acrobat. Solution 2: Use the subst command to reassociate the drive letter with a temporary location.This DOS utility allows a user to connect and disconnect a drive letter to a virtual drive location. Connecting the drive letter with a temporary location allows the installer to location that path. Verify the temp folder exists before redirecting the drive to that location. Create it if it does not exist. Click Start > Run. Type cmd and click OK. Type subst [Driver Letter]: C:\temp and press Enter. Type exitand press Enter. Attempt to install Acrobat. Click Start > Run. Type cmd and click OK. Type subst /D [Driver Letter]: and press Enter. Note: This will remove the temporary association that was created previously. Type exit and press Enter. Solution 3: Create a new local administrator account.Log on to the computer using a local account and install the application(s). Log into a new local administrator account. Attempt to install Acrobat again. Solution 4: Disconnect network drive.This information was obtained from http://support.micr