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Error 1327: invalid drive n:/

Error 1327: invalid drive n:/

Error 1327: invalid drive n:/

(OP)
Has anyone come across this error?  This does not come up on all PC's and I've no idea where it is getting a drive n:/ from!

Any info much appreciated.

RE: Error 1327: invalid drive n:/

I would open the MSI/WSI and search in the *Tables* (Setup Editor) for any N: references.  You may be surprised.

HtH,

Rob
robschultz@yahoo.com
-Focus on the solution to the problem, not the obstacles in the way.-

RE: Error 1327: invalid drive n:/

(OP)
Thanks for the advice.  This error is actually a windows error which is why I had so much difficulty finding any info on it when searching Wise related help.

See this for help: http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?scid=kb;en-us;282183

Its related to mapped network drives, my problem was solved by logging onto the PC locally to run the installation.

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