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Error 1327 Invalid Drive K:\


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I've just installed a new hard drive, re-loaded Windows XP Media Edition, SP3 and all the updates.

I've re-loaded most of my other software and all works OK.

But I can't load EMC9

Set-up runs, and then I get the message

Error 1327. Invalid Drive K:\

 

I have Drive C: (Programs), Drive D: (Recovery), and Drive U: (User data) as three partitions, but no drive K:\

Any suggestions as to why this is happening?

 

I was considering upgrading, but an upgrade (at upgrade price) normally requires the original software to be installed.

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I've just installed a new hard drive, re-loaded Windows XP Media Edition, SP3 and all the updates.

I've re-loaded most of my other software and all works OK.

But I can't load EMC9

Set-up runs, and then I get the message

Error 1327. Invalid Drive K:\

 

I have Drive C: (Programs), Drive D: (Recovery), and Drive U: (User data) as three partitions, but no drive K:\

Any suggestions as to why this is happening?

 

I was considering upgrading, but an upgrade (at upgrade price) normally requires the original software to be installed.

 

Upgrade from Roxio do not require that the old version is on your computer BUT you may have to prove that you have the earlier version. Upgrading to new software often is NOT the fix for a computer problem.

 

That is usually a Windows registry error. How competent are you in working with Windows registry. Remember that if you try to edit the registry and screw it up, you will render your computer useless.

 

Google for that error and you will have lots of hits including this one.. Again be careful or ask someone to help.

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