Error when running Powershell script

In a Powershell which works very well on another computer,
when I copy the folder and corresponding scripts on another computer I get an error.

The error in part says:  
Join-Path : Cannot bind argument to parameter 'Path' because it is null.
....
FullyQualifiedErrorId :  ParamaterArgumentValidationErrorNullNotAllowed, Microsoft. Powershell.Commands.JoinPath.. etc..
100questionsAsked:
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Michael B. SmithManaging ConsultantCommented:
Insufficient data.

The errors tells you that the first argument to Join-Path is $null. The error also tells you what line number it happened in the script.

Nothing else that anyone else can tell you. You have the script. We don't.
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100questionsAuthor Commented:
Hi Michael B. Smith.
I hope all is well.

I solved this myself.
I installed the Windows Management Framework 5.1 on the computer and installed it.
It would have updated Powershell, and now it works.

Thank you.
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100questionsAuthor Commented:
I installed the Windows Management Framework 5.1 on the computer and installed it.
It would have updated Powershell, and now it works.
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