12-05-2008 07:40 AM - edited 12-05-2008 09:42 AM
When i try to install the Gamepanel software this error message pops up:
Error 1327: Invalid drive E:\
I don't have an E drive, what should i do?
I have Windows XP Home SP2
It was version 2.02 of the Gamepanel software, i downloaded it from Logitech's webpage because i got the same error with the CD that came with Logitech G15 Gaming Keyboard V.2
I have used a registry cleaner and I also defragged my computer. Does it help to use system restore?
EDIT (5/12-08): I have solved the problem, i reinstalled the OS and then it worked.
Solved! Go to Solution.
12-06-2008 06:26 AM
Hi Khfanone, I did a search and found this. I hope it helps!
"Okay I recently come across this error. I looked it up on the Internet to find stuff out about it and after a little bit of searching I found that there wasn't much information out there about it and how to fix it. So I decide for the benefit of everyone to right about it and how to fix it.
What it is:
Basically from what I gather when you try to install something that uses Microsoft installer program (msi) it uses registry keys to determine the locations of certain folders that are required to install the program. Now for some reason weather you changed it using Windows Disk Administrator program or something else has your registry keys point to a drive letter (example: C:\) that is not valid. So for example your hard rive is labeled C:\ but the windows registry thinks and points to a E:\ drive. So your registry keys refer to nonexistent folders and Setup fails.
How to fix: There are two ways 1: Change your registry keys back so that they point to the correct drive. 2: Change your drive letter to what the registry is pointing at. I will only explain the latter one because it is the simplest way to fix it.
To correct this problem, use the Windows Disk Administrator program to restore the drive letter of the hard disk to value in the error message:
1. Click Start, point to Programs, point to Administrative Tools, and click Disk Administrator Or go into Control Panel and click on Administrative Tools and click Disk Administrator
2. Right-click the drive whose letter you want to change. On the shortcut menu, click Assign Drive Letter. (this will be on the bottom half of the screen right if not in the top)
3. Select the correct drive letter from the list and click OK.
If you are prompted to quit the Disk Administrator or to restart your computer, do so. Once the computer has restarted, attempt to install Office again.
That should solve the problem question, comments or corrections are welcomed "
12-08-2008 07:31 AM
Thanks for the solution, although I didn't use it. I reinstalled my OS. But not because i couldn't install the program. My comp was very slow and had a lot of unnessecary programs on it so I reinstalled my OS. It was faster than uninstalling everything and then do defrag. I didn't have any important info on it so it was the best solution.
But thanks for the solution anyway. I will use it to solve problems on comps with important info on the harddrive.