Notebook System Software Problem 1327.Invalid Drive: G:

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Hi there, I recently upgraded my Dell XPS M1530 laptop from Windows Vista to Windows 7.

For a while everything was fine, my USB mouse worked perfectly until I plugged in a memory stick and all of the sudden all of the USB ports stopped working. They still give off power but Windows just doesn't seem to recognize any USB device whatsoever now.

I believe this may be a problem with out-of-date drivers, I have downloaded all the drivers necessary, and I am following the order in which to install them, the very first one is the Notebook System Software, but I keep getting an error when trying to install the program. It keeps saying this "Error 1327.Invalid Drive: G:" I am not sure what this is supposed to be telling me and am looking for some advice.

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Notebook System Software Problem 1327.Invalid Drive: G:

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Hi, your problem can be because it is as a result of a corrupt drive. The drive may have been formatted or corrupted or have incorrect registry entries;

This is what you need to do;

  • Click Start->All programs->Accessories->Command prompt to open the command window;

In the command window, type the following;

  • Subst G:C:
  • Hit enter, the drive will be switched from C: to G:or it will start functioning,

It should work when you retry to install the software.

Thanks

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