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Before editing the registry, see How Do I Back Up Registry Keys on My Computer? 1. The same error message pops up again.//Lasse-R Reply 0 Reply 0 0 Everyone's Tags: HP Pavilion 500 PC Seri…Microsoft Windows 10 (6… View All (2) Dragon-Fur Provost Posts: 13,243 Member Since: The Microsoft Installer program generates this error. Why software won't install as a result of this confusion is a question. http://technewsonline.net/hp-support/hp-support-assistant-error-hpsf-exe.html

Always back up the registry before making changes. I honestly thought Fren was onto something there. I tried installing the Device Manager again, and this time it told me I had to first install the Client Security Manager software. Click Start > Run. http://h30434.www3.hp.com/t5/Desktop-Software-and-How-To-Questions/Updating-HP-Support-Assistant/td-p/5417333

Invalid Drive: W: \"Unit (W: \) was my one NAS device in our home network. If the issue persists, continue to the next solution. Always back up the registry before making changes. Page 1 of 2 1 2 > « [SOLVED] Boot option Problems | Startup item with no name in System Configuration Utility » Thread Tools Show Printable Version Download Thread Search

  1. I was able to remove Protect Tools earlier without any problem, but for some unknown reason not this time.Well, things did not go well.
  2. That is odd because the programs themselves are installing in my C:\ drive.
  3. It has no drive letter name (C:, F:, etc...) And I assume the E: drive is the internal add-on, and I also assume that when you took the screen shot the
  4. go back into Disk Management and rename the E drive to D drive....maybe this has got your PCs registry confused.
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Install the application(s). Click Edit again, and then click Copy. Type exitand press Enter. Even if the software installation failed, portions of the software might be on your computer.

What is the 55 Mbyte FAT drive ? Type subst /D [Driver Letter]: and press Enter. Follow these steps to uninstall the software. I honestly thought Fren was onto something there.

First Time Here? Are there some kind of settings I can change so that my files aren't attempted to load/store themselves on my flash drive? For all I know it isn't supposed to have a data value. If I am mistaken I apologize in advance.

Type the correct drive letter in the Value data field, and then click OK. thanks. 03-30-2009, 04:23 AM #5 helpwithmypc Registered Member Join Date: Mar 2009 Posts: 13 OS: Windows XP Quote: Originally Posted by Fren Banklin I'm stuck on "Invalid Drive No, particularly since you haven't tried a System Restore yet. Log into a new local administrator account.

Step two: Copy the software to the hard drive and reinstall Follow these steps to copy the software to your computer's hard drive and install it from that place. check over here Follow these steps to download the software from the HP Web site, and then install the software on your computer. I assume this is to allow XP to recognize a device that has previously installed quickly, rather than having to do the full "install new hardware" routine. Best Practices & General IT If you haven't gathered by my posts on tapes and large data sets in the past, I work for a company with a very large data

Support Forum Join the conversation! your msconfig problem typically should be easy to solve...sounds like you have a missing or corrupted msconfig.exe file in your Windows\system 32 folder download msconfig.exe from the below webpage and save If the issue persists, continue to the next solution. http://technewsonline.net/hp-support/hp-support-assistant-error-1605.html I've had this same issue when attempting to install updates to QuickBooks.

Another reason, is damage that's been done by malware programs, attaching themselves to your PC and wrecking havoc, deleting crucial files from your PC. Frequently you can find clues to the causes of problems in the Event Viewer, which is basically a log of what is happening "behind the scenes" of your computer. I was reading the posting instructions and it suggests to include photos as well as information regarding methods already attempted for fixing the issue.

If you need more information I will certainly gather it for you if you can assist me.

There are three ways to fix this problem: a quick, temporary fix, editing the registry, or using the Microsoft FixIt tool. Email Reset Password Cancel Need to recover your Spiceworks IT Desktop password? Click Start > Run. Enter: subst Z: "C:\Windows" 2 Registry Edit Open the Windows registry and navigate to: HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Explorer\Shell Folders Change any entries containing: Z:\Folder To: \\Your\Network\Users\Folder 3 Microsoft FixIt Download the Microsoft FixIt from

So, the drive letter that that the Windows registry recognizes is no longer valid. By using this site, you accept the Terms of Use and Rules of Participation IBM WebSphere Portal Home IBM Logo Sign Up Log In Welcome Getting Started Contact HP - I have tried this method: make a RESTORE POINT and try this: Verify that registry entries do not contain invalid drive letters that might be causing this error: Important: The following weblink It takes a lot of time to back up data also.

Follow the on-screen instructions to complete the installation. Also note, the devices you were supposed to uninstall were "non-present" devices, not "hidden". Z7_3054ICK0KGTE30AQO5O3KA30H5 hp-country-locator-portlet Actions ${title} Loading... Solution two: Uninstall and reinstall the HP software Follow these steps to uninstall any partially installed software, copy the software to the hard drive, and then reinstall it.

This error also seems to be associated with network drives. __________________ gone 03-30-2009, 09:13 PM #17 helpwithmypc Registered Member Join Date: Mar 2009 Posts: 13 OS: Windows XP