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I am trying to reinstall Office XP onto a Win2K Server. I keep receiving this error "Error 1327. Invalid Drive: H:\".
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Try these resources:

You receive an "Error 1327. Invalid Drive: C:\. Installation ended prematurely"
http://support.microsoft.com/kb/290356/

Error 1327: Invalid drive x
http://blogs.geekdojo.net/andy/archive/2004/01/19/665.aspx

You receive an "Error 1327. Invalid Drive: C:\" error message
http://support.microsoft.com/kb/q217666/

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GBahri
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by:harrysturgess
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I did have a look at those documents previously, but they didn't work. I have fixed this by installing the latest version of Windows Installer from the microsoft website. Thanks anyway.
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