|04 Sep 2011||#1|
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WEI fails (cannot write file to hard drive) Boot drive set to B:\
I had a regular install of Windows 7 on a WD 1 TB drive with the usual C:\ as the boot drive.
I just got a new SSD, so I set up a parallel or dual boot of Windows 7 on the SSD which is set up as the B: drive.
So when I boot into the Windows on the SSD (B:\) and run the WEI, it fails because it can't write a file to the drive.
Any suggestions? - I don't want to start changing the drive numbers as that will mess up my file associations. I tried editing the xml files under the Performance directory, but still can't get it to work.
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