Error Code 1327 is usually related to problems related to file associations.
If you’ve encountered this error while trying to install an application, follow the instructions below to resolve it.
- Adobe’s invalid drive error 1327 is in most cases caused by faulty or damaged drivers.
- Using specialized third-party Windows driver updater software can quickly fix the problem.
- You can also fix the invalid drive error manually by using the System Restore feature.
- A corrupted system file can also lead to that error, so be sure to fix it as well.
PC problems? Solve them in minutes.
Create a new user account
- Click on Start and select Settings.
- In the left pane, select Accounts.
- Select Family & other users.
- Open Add someone else to this PC.
- Click Add.
- Type the name for the new account and follow the instructions on the screen.
- Finish the account creation process.
- Log on with the new account.
- Press Windows Key + R to open Run.
- Type cmd and click OK to open Command prompt as administrator.
- When Command prompt opens, type the following command and hit Enter: DISM.exe /Online /Cleanup-image /Restorehealth
- After running the command, DISM will now check the condition of your PC.
- If DISM finds any issues, it will automatically fix them. Wait until the process is finished.
- After the process is finished, restart your computer.
Check for corrupted disk and disk controller
- Press Windows key + R to open Run.
- Type diskmgmt.msc and press Enter to open Disk Management.
- Locate the disk drive that is causing error 1327.
- Right-click on the drive and click Properties.
- Go to the Tools tab.
- Check the Status column and locate the Pending sector count.
- If the Pending sector count is more than 5, then the drive is unusable.
- To fix the issue, you might have to initialize the drive.
Run the Disk Cleanup tool
- Open Start, type Disk Cleanup, and select it from the list of results.
- In the Disk Cleanup window, click the Clean up system files button.
- Choose Microsoft OneDrive from the list of system files.
- Click the OK button to confirm.
Repair your registry
- To repair your registry, press the Windows key + X and then click on the Command prompt or PowerShell app.
- Now, enter the following command, and press Enter: sfc /scannow
- Wait for the process to complete, and check if the problem is still there.
Repair the SFC and DISM tools
- Open the Run dialog by pressing Windows + R hotkey.
- Enter â€ ̃services.msc’ in Run and click OK to open the services window.
- Open the â€ ̃Services’ tab, locate the Disk Cleanup tool, right-click it, and select Stop.
- Now, try to run the Disk Cleanup utility again.