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pervasive v8 install problem on win2k server

pervasive v8 install problem on win2k server

pervasive v8 install problem on win2k server

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Hello,

For an accounting software package i am trying to install pervasive v8 client on drive D: on our server.  We have less than 100mb on the C: drive (which I am addressing) and 13gb free on the D: drive. Everytime I choose custom setup and change the location of install to D: it just says not enough space on drive to install and wont let me install

RE: pervasive v8 install problem on win2k server

Some files are installed to the "Program Files" directory.  Also, the TEMP directory is probably pointing to the C: drive.  One or both of the above is probably causing the Low Disk error.  You need to address te low disk space on the C: drive.

Mirtheil
Certified Pervasive Developer
Certified Pervasive Technician
http://www.mirtheil.com

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