Originally Posted by Sean Webster
LOL, what is the big deal over? Just assign the drive the drive letter you want in disk management.
Disconnecting and reconnecting a drive does nothing but disconnect and reconnect the drive to the system.
Sean, the problem I'm having now is that I have some programs, like this program I use for Chemistry called "ChemBio3d" that wasn't as easily "remedied" as just changing the drive letter.
The program failed to run even after changing the .exe target location to the correct drive (drive F:)...
...so I said screw it, and figured I could just re-download the program.
I re-downloaded the program but it won't install. I keep getting a "missing invalid character in program files x64" error 1324.
The samething happened for AVG 2012 anti virus.
I had to find all the folders and delete them, them go into "regedit" and delete all the registries.
Then download the AVG REMOVER tool and run that and reboot and it finally worked.
So I deleted all the Folders and stuff, but I can't install this program. So there must be files lingering around.
And it still shows up on Control panel but it won't let me remove it since the .exe's are gone and the file path is invalid and all this crap.
I really need this program for my the Chemistry modeling I do. I really don't want to reformat either since I have just reformatted and finished dowloading Itunes, BF3, SWTOR, music, files, EVERYTHING!
so that would suck.