From: John Stone (
Date: Tue Nov 30 2021 - 11:31:47 CST

  This is the only report of this kind that I've ever seen.
Given that, I would check whether the .msi file was corrupted during
download, which is a fairly frequent cause of trouble. Unbeknownst to
many users, large file downloads (e.g. VMD installation images) can get
cached in web proxy systems used by campuses and/or internet service
providers, and I've even seen cases where re-downloading the same file
while on the same network, results in a corrupted outcome due to a
corrupted cached file. I would start out by re-downloading the VMD .msi
installer, and if that yields the same outcome, let me know and we'll
run a checksum on the file you downloaded and go from there.

  John Stone

On Tue, Nov 30, 2021 at 11:54:36PM +0900, youtux wrote:
> Hello!
> Windows 10*64 Pro 21H1 (19043.1348)
> When starting the installation of the vmd193win32nocuda.msi file, the
> following message appears:
> Error 1327.Invalid Drive: F: \
> And the installation stops.
> I don't have d.F.
> How to solve the problem?
> Thanks.

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