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Error code during adobe acrobat 7.0 install

When I get to the install window and click install I get the following error code: error 1327 invalid drive: f:\

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  • potchmed Dec 25, 2008

    I downloaded Adobe Reader 9.0 - the setup starts installing up to 99%- ends up in ERROR 1327 INVALID DRIVE F - Installation cannot be completed. Is this a Windows error?

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Hit Start, Run and type Regedit

Find the following HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows| CurrentVersion\ Explorer\User Shell Folders

In the right pane - see if these is any entries which has an F or any other alphabelts not C (your OP folder) modify data to C:\

Hopefully it works for others.

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Here's another link with more detailed instructions:

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http://forums.cnet.com/5208-6122_102-0.html?forumID=44&threadID=106141&messageID=2913550
...I found an easier fix for "Error 1606" by rlessmue - 9/12/08 11:44 AM In reply to: Your suggestion worked! by jarjar467-news
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