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Invalid drive when installing iCUE


Levicski
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So I got my Corsair Harpoon RGB mouse a while back and i wanted to install iCUE to customize everything. No problems installing whatsoever, but soon enough I found out my HDD that I installed it to was broken. I didn't bother installing the software again onto my SSD because I already had gotten used to the feeling of the mouse, and had completely forgotten about it by the time I got myself another HDD.

 

Now having gotten a Corsair keyboard I wanted to install iCUE again, and here's where the problem lies. For some reason when I try to install the software, an error message pops up saying: "Invalid Drive: E:\". The same message pops up if I try to delete the program (Yeah don't know how that still exists somehow since I took out the whole drive it was installed on). Also I seem to have two different installers as well, one for 2.24.50 (which I assume is the one I have/had installed, also gives me the option to uninstall/repair) and the other one is the one I just downloaded for version 3.10.125. I have tried to uninstall, repair and install both onto my SSD and HDD but neither work. My SSD is C:\ and my HDD is D:\ so I don't have an E:\ in place anymore.

 

Anyway I thought I'd post this here, maybe you could help me fix this, it is getting a little frustrating.

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It's still listed as installed in the Windows Installer database. So that's what you need to get rid of. There are several tools that will clean this up.

 

What tool do i need because i have the same problem and have even sent to the technical assis but have not recieved a reply and cannot use my mouse effectively since i have this problem where a cannot install the software because of the invalid E:/drive because it is no longer a hard drive and i have even deleted the corsair registry files

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