Cannot Install on Drive Other than C Drive
Solution: I talked at length with our chief programmer about this. Unfortunately, I don’t know that there is much we can do about installing on another drive at the moment. To keep in line with industry software installation guidelines, the installer installs to standard locations on your computer (i.e. C:\Program Files and C:\Program Data depending on the Operating System). If you check your installed software – most (if not all) of your applications reside in these common locations. This is standard (and recommended) practice. Since the standard locations are on your C: drive, there isn’t much we can do at this point. The only thing I would recommend is doing a minimal install and have the media run from the DVD.
We will be looking into this in the near future, but after a lot of research, we are 99% sure that our program (and any other software program) should be installed to the C drive - especially for Windows based computers. In light of this, we obviously need to look at modifying our current program to allow installation on the C drive only.
This means that the solution is for users with full C drives to clean up their C drive. Start by moving larger video and image files to another drive. You might also consider installing a larger C drive on your computer. [ I know this sounds like arrogance on our part -- but it really is the correct solution.]