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Installing new software for the camera

"error 1327 invalid drive: E:\ My dad continues to get this message on his computer when trying to put in the new software. What's next?

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I found a solution on this and it has helped a lot! It should be worth a try.
Check out this link: Invalid Drive - Error 1327

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Please check ur computer drives , any drive named (E:) and tell me

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