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Cannot Remove J2se Runtime Environment 5.0 Updates


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#1 wacomaco2

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Posted 02 April 2007 - 09:43 AM

My internal hard drive has only 13% free space and I am trying to free up space. The list of installed programs holds three J2SE updates that I wanted to delete. When I do I receive Error 1327.Invalid Drive:E:\. The list of programs on Add/remove does not list many programs that are on the system.

I had a Western digital My Book Essential 250 external hard drive that disappeared from my computer and would not be recognized by others so I presume it was bad. I had copied most of my music and documents to that external drive. The music is not available now that the external drive is toast but my documents are.

How can I remove these files and manually ininstall other programs to free up more space on my drive?

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Posted 02 April 2007 - 10:07 AM

The solution here may be to purchase another hdd, from what you are saying there isn't much that you are willing to delete. If you add the second hdd as a slave to your existing hdd you can transfer files directly with a minimum of fuss.

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