QuickBooks errors are very annoying. Error code c=1327 is one of them, which occurs due to”
Specific system error.
Incorrect registry settings.
How can this error be fixed?
You can fix this error by creating a new user for your windows, this can be done by going to settings and selecting the option of User Accounts.
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There are some reasons that may cause QuickBooks Error C=1327.
1. Corrupted or moved storage devices
This especially happens when you are trying to install QuickBooks into an external memory device like an external system drive or a USB. If there is a loose connection or if it gets disconnected during the installation process, QuickBooks Error 1327 occurs.
2. Corrupt Microsoft .NET Framework
Windows comes with a software called Microsoft .NET Framework that helps in ensuring complete and correct installation and coordinating the working of the software installed on Windows. The error might also pop up if the .NET Framework is corrupted.
3. Incorrect Registry Settings
A Registry is basically a place where the computer records all that is going on the computer like the storage location of each file and so on. If the entry for QuickBooks installation in your computer has the wrong drive name or location, QuickBooks Error 1327 occurs.
4. System-Specific Error
In addition to all these, there may be some system-specific errors that can be solved only by a professional.
Steps to Resolve QuickBooks Error C 1327
Here are a few suggested solutions to resolve QuickBooks Error 1327.
1. Ensure Proper Connection of Storage Devices
Make sure that all the cables and other things are connected to the computer properly. Also, make sure the USB or Flash devices that you are using to install QuickBooks in, is properly connected and fully functioning.
2. Repair Microsoft .NET Framework
Steps to Repair the Microsoft .NET Framework
Search Programs in the Control Panel.
Select Turn Windows Features On/Off.
Confirm with an admin account password, if asked.
Uncheck the box next to Microsoft .NET Framework and reboot the computer.
Open Programs and by following the same step, check the box next to Microsoft .NET framework.
3. Repair Registry Settings
Steps to Repair Registry Settings
Backup your system registry.
Press Windows key+R and type Regedit and click on run.
Navigate to the specific key here: HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\CurrentVersion\Explorer\Shell Folders.
Find the entries that list the drive letter which is mentioned in the error message.
Modify the incorrect drive names to C:\.
Save the settings, preferably boot the computer and retry installing. After the successful installation, revert the modifications made to the registry.