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Unable to install applications - Network Agent - Error 1327.Invalid Drive: E:\

Posted on 2009-12-17
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Last Modified: 2012-05-08
When trying to UNinstall ACT! and Kaspersky AV on an XP machine, I receive the following message, and will not uninstall:  Network Agent - Error 1327.Invalid Drive: E:\.  It does not have an E: drive or partition on it.  

Any ideas?
Question by:jamie177
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enriquecadalso earned 2000 total points
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It seems it was installed from an E: drive (maybe a usb device) and now the uninstaller is looking for some resources there. Try to run the installer again. It may give you a Remove option.

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