Cannot install FDR trial

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  1. TouchuvGrey
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    TouchuvGrey Registered Member

    Hello Todd or Mitch:

    While attempting to install a trial version of FDR Rescue prior to almost certainly buying it i encountered this error.

    Not sure what other info you might need.
    Home built computer, ASUS P6TD Deluxe Mobo,
    intel core i7 920 CPU, 12 gigs Tri channel DDR3.
    Security software deactivated while installing.

    Long time ( since 2007 ) of FD-ISR here
    willing to settle for FD-R since that is the
    available option now.



    ISRSetup -install -vss Server Version 4.0.1.263 started 04/17/2010 09:14:10
    Getting OS version
    PlatformId = 2 MajorVersion = 6 MinorVersion = 1
    osVer = 601
    Getting system volume
    Opening \\.\C:
    Getting partition number for volume C:
    Partition number = 3
    Getting drive layout information
    PartitionCount = 4
    Partition 0: Number = 1
    Type = 0x07
    Boot = 1
    Partition 1: Number = 2
    Type = 0x07
    Boot = 0
    Partition 2: Number = 3
    Type = 0x07
    Boot = 0
    Partition 3: Number = 0
    Type = 0x00
    Boot = 0
    System partition = 2
    Boot partition = 0
    Partition type = 0x07
    Getting drive number
    Drive number = 0
    Opening SYSTEM\MountedDevices
    RegQueryInfoKey
    RegEnumValue
    Removing virtualization from HKLM\SOFTWARE\Leapfrog Software, Inc.
    CMD: C:\Windows\system32\reg.exe FLAGS "HKLM\SOFTWARE\Leapfrog Software, Inc." SET DONT_VIRTUALIZE RECURSE_FLAG DONT_SILENT_FAIL /s
    The operation completed successfully.

    Setting security on HKLM\SOFTWARE\Leapfrog Software, Inc.
    SetSecurityInfo successful
    Attributes of C:\$ISR set to Hidden and System
    Created C:\$ISR\0
    Created C:\$ISR\0\SAVE
    Creating $ISRBIN
    Created C:\$ISR\0\$AH
    Created C:\$ISR\0\$AH\0
    Creating ISR.dat
    Creating $ISR placeholder
    Created C:\$ISR\$LOGS
    $ANCHOR converted
    Getting partition info of volume C
    StartingOffset = 2049607680
    PartitionLength = 880666624
    HiddenSectors = 2049607680
    PartitionNumber = 3
    PartitionType = 7
    BootIndicator = 0
    Reading Boot Sector on volume C
    Partition Type = NTFS
    BytesPerSector: 512
    SectorsPerCluster: 8
    BytesPerCluster: 4096
    MFT Record Size: 1024
    MFT Data Allocation:
    Run of 25856 clusters @ LCN 786432
    Scanning for $ISR
    Record = 59588
    Scanning for "0":
    Record = 72864
    Scanning for $ISRBIN:
    Record = 72882
    Finding LCN of $ISRBIN:
    Run of 6 clusters @ LCN 43696895
    SectorNumber = 2399182840
    Reading ISR.bin
    ProgParamBlock
    BootSectorLoc = 2048
    PartitionStart = 2049607680
    BytesPerSector = 512
    SectorsPerTrack = 63
    NumberOfHeads = 255
    DriveNumber = 128
    Options.Bitmap[0] = 4294967295
    Updating $ISRBIN
    Reading Boot Strap on volume \\?\Volume{b8153063-f7f2-11de-a928-806e6f6e6963}
    Error (0x15) - The device is not ready.
    There was an error installing FirstDefense-Rescue Server

    Starting uninstall
    FirstDefense-Rescue Service [Version 4.0.1.263]

    OpenService failed - The specified service does not exist as an installed service. (0x424)
    Getting OS version
    PlatformId = 2 MajorVersion = 6 MinorVersion = 1
    osVer = 601
    Getting system volume
    Opening \\.\C:
    Getting partition number for volume C:
    Partition number = 3
    Getting drive layout information
    PartitionCount = 4
    Partition 0: Number = 1
    Type = 0x07
    Boot = 1
    Partition 1: Number = 2
    Type = 0x07
    Boot = 0
    Partition 2: Number = 3
    Type = 0x07
    Boot = 0
    Partition 3: Number = 0
    Type = 0x00
    Boot = 0
    System partition = 2
    Boot partition = 0
    Partition type = 0x07
    Getting drive number
    Drive number = 0
    Opening SYSTEM\MountedDevices
    RegQueryInfoKey
    RegEnumValue
    Reading Boot Strap on volume \\?\Volume{b8153063-f7f2-11de-a928-806e6f6e6963}
    Error (0x15) - The device is not ready.
    Removing ISR_MONITOR from User Run key
    Error (0x2) - The system cannot find the file specified.
    Deleting ..\ISRMonitor.exe
    ISRSetup completed with errors

    ISRSetup -install -vss Workstation Version 4.0.1.263 started 04/17/2010 09:20:20
    Getting OS version
    PlatformId = 2 MajorVersion = 6 MinorVersion = 1
    osVer = 601
    Getting system volume
    Opening \\.\C:
    Getting partition number for volume C:
    Partition number = 3
    Getting drive layout information
    PartitionCount = 4
    Partition 0: Number = 1
    Type = 0x07
    Boot = 1
    Partition 1: Number = 2
    Type = 0x07
    Boot = 0
    Partition 2: Number = 3
    Type = 0x07
    Boot = 0
    Partition 3: Number = 0
    Type = 0x00
    Boot = 0
    System partition = 2
    Boot partition = 0
    Partition type = 0x07
    Getting drive number
    Drive number = 0
    Opening SYSTEM\MountedDevices
    RegQueryInfoKey
    RegEnumValue
    Removing virtualization from HKLM\SOFTWARE\Leapfrog Software, Inc.
    CMD: C:\Windows\system32\reg.exe FLAGS "HKLM\SOFTWARE\Leapfrog Software, Inc." SET DONT_VIRTUALIZE RECURSE_FLAG DONT_SILENT_FAIL /s
    The operation completed successfully.

    Setting security on HKLM\SOFTWARE\Leapfrog Software, Inc.
    SetSecurityInfo successful
    Attributes of C:\$ISR set to Hidden and System
    Getting options from old $ISRBIN
    $ANCHOR already Unicode
    Getting partition info of volume C
    StartingOffset = 2049607680
    PartitionLength = 880666624
    HiddenSectors = 2049607680
    PartitionNumber = 3
    PartitionType = 7
    BootIndicator = 0
    Reading Boot Sector on volume C
    Partition Type = NTFS
    BytesPerSector: 512
    SectorsPerCluster: 8
    BytesPerCluster: 4096
    MFT Record Size: 1024
    MFT Data Allocation:
    Run of 25856 clusters @ LCN 786432
    Scanning for $ISR
    Record = 59588
    Scanning for "0":
    Record = 72864
    Scanning for $ISRBIN:
    Record = 72882
    Finding LCN of $ISRBIN:
    Run of 6 clusters @ LCN 43696895
    SectorNumber = 2399182840
    Reading ISR.bin
    ProgParamBlock
    BootSectorLoc = 2048
    PartitionStart = 2049607680
    BytesPerSector = 512
    SectorsPerTrack = 63
    NumberOfHeads = 255
    DriveNumber = 128
    Options.Bitmap[0] = 4294967295
    Updating $ISRBIN
    Reading Boot Strap on volume \\?\Volume{b8153063-f7f2-11de-a928-806e6f6e6963}
    Error (0x15) - The device is not ready.
    There was an error installing FirstDefense-Rescue Workstation

    Starting uninstall
    FirstDefense-Rescue Service [Version 4.0.1.263]

    OpenService failed - The specified service does not exist as an installed service. (0x424)
    Getting OS version
    PlatformId = 2 MajorVersion = 6 MinorVersion = 1
    osVer = 601
    Getting system volume
    Opening \\.\C:
    Getting partition number for volume C:
    Partition number = 3
    Getting drive layout information
    PartitionCount = 4
    Partition 0: Number = 1
    Type = 0x07
    Boot = 1
    Partition 1: Number = 2
    Type = 0x07
    Boot = 0
    Partition 2: Number = 3
    Type = 0x07
    Boot = 0
    Partition 3: Number = 0
    Type = 0x00
    Boot = 0
    System partition = 2
    Boot partition = 0
    Partition type = 0x07
    Getting drive number
    Drive number = 0
    Opening SYSTEM\MountedDevices
    RegQueryInfoKey
    RegEnumValue
    Reading Boot Strap on volume \\?\Volume{b8153063-f7f2-11de-a928-806e6f6e6963}
    Error (0x15) - The device is not ready.
    Removing ISR_MONITOR from User Run key
    Error (0x2) - The system cannot find the file specified.
    Deleting ..\ISRMonitor.exe
    ISRSetup completed with errors

    ISRSetup -install -vss Workstation Version 4.0.1.263 started 04/17/2010 09:21:30
    Getting OS version
    PlatformId = 2 MajorVersion = 6 MinorVersion = 1
    osVer = 601
    Getting system volume
    Opening \\.\C:
    Getting partition number for volume C:
    Partition number = 3
    Getting drive layout information
    PartitionCount = 4
    Partition 0: Number = 1
    Type = 0x07
    Boot = 1
    Partition 1: Number = 2
    Type = 0x07
    Boot = 0
    Partition 2: Number = 3
    Type = 0x07
    Boot = 0
    Partition 3: Number = 0
    Type = 0x00
    Boot = 0
    System partition = 2
    Boot partition = 0
    Partition type = 0x07
    Getting drive number
    Drive number = 0
    Opening SYSTEM\MountedDevices
    RegQueryInfoKey
    RegEnumValue
    Removing virtualization from HKLM\SOFTWARE\Leapfrog Software, Inc.
    CMD: C:\Windows\system32\reg.exe FLAGS "HKLM\SOFTWARE\Leapfrog Software, Inc." SET DONT_VIRTUALIZE RECURSE_FLAG DONT_SILENT_FAIL /s
    The operation completed successfully.

    Setting security on HKLM\SOFTWARE\Leapfrog Software, Inc.
    SetSecurityInfo successful
    Attributes of C:\$ISR set to Hidden and System
    Getting options from old $ISRBIN
    $ANCHOR already Unicode
    Getting partition info of volume C
    StartingOffset = 2049607680
    PartitionLength = 880666624
    HiddenSectors = 2049607680
    PartitionNumber = 3
    PartitionType = 7
    BootIndicator = 0
    Reading Boot Sector on volume C
    Partition Type = NTFS
    BytesPerSector: 512
    SectorsPerCluster: 8
    BytesPerCluster: 4096
    MFT Record Size: 1024
    MFT Data Allocation:
    Run of 25856 clusters @ LCN 786432
    Scanning for $ISR
    Record = 59588
    Scanning for "0":
    Record = 72864
    Scanning for $ISRBIN:
    Record = 72882
    Finding LCN of $ISRBIN:
    Run of 6 clusters @ LCN 43696895
    SectorNumber = 2399182840
    Reading ISR.bin
    ProgParamBlock
    BootSectorLoc = 2048
    PartitionStart = 2049607680
    BytesPerSector = 512
    SectorsPerTrack = 63
    NumberOfHeads = 255
    DriveNumber = 128
    Options.Bitmap[0] = 4294967295
    Updating $ISRBIN
    Reading Boot Strap on volume \\?\Volume{b8153063-f7f2-11de-a928-806e6f6e6963}
    Error (0x15) - The device is not ready.
    There was an error installing FirstDefense-Rescue Workstation

    Starting uninstall
    FirstDefense-Rescue Service [Version 4.0.1.263]

    OpenService failed - The specified service does not exist as an installed service. (0x424)
    Getting OS version
    PlatformId = 2 MajorVersion = 6 MinorVersion = 1
    osVer = 601
    Getting system volume
    Opening \\.\C:
    Getting partition number for volume C:
    Partition number = 3
    Getting drive layout information
    PartitionCount = 4
    Partition 0: Number = 1
    Type = 0x07
    Boot = 1
    Partition 1: Number = 2
    Type = 0x07
    Boot = 0
    Partition 2: Number = 3
    Type = 0x07
    Boot = 0
    Partition 3: Number = 0
    Type = 0x00
    Boot = 0
    System partition = 2
    Boot partition = 0
    Partition type = 0x07
    Getting drive number
    Drive number = 0
    Opening SYSTEM\MountedDevices
    RegQueryInfoKey
    RegEnumValue
    Reading Boot Strap on volume \\?\Volume{b8153063-f7f2-11de-a928-806e6f6e6963}
    Error (0x15) - The device is not ready.
    Removing ISR_MONITOR from User Run key
    Error (0x2) - The system cannot find the file specified.
    Deleting ..\ISRMonitor.exe
    ISRSetup completed with errors

    ISRSetup -install -vss Workstation Version 4.0.1.263 started 04/17/2010 09:23:39
    Getting OS version
    PlatformId = 2 MajorVersion = 6 MinorVersion = 1
    osVer = 601
    Getting system volume
    Opening \\.\C:
    Getting partition number for volume C:
    Partition number = 3
    Getting drive layout information
    PartitionCount = 4
    Partition 0: Number = 1
    Type = 0x07
    Boot = 1
    Partition 1: Number = 2
    Type = 0x07
    Boot = 0
    Partition 2: Number = 3
    Type = 0x07
    Boot = 0
    Partition 3: Number = 0
    Type = 0x00
    Boot = 0
    System partition = 2
    Boot partition = 0
    Partition type = 0x07
    Getting drive number
    Drive number = 0
    Opening SYSTEM\MountedDevices
    RegQueryInfoKey
    RegEnumValue
    Removing virtualization from HKLM\SOFTWARE\Leapfrog Software, Inc.
    CMD: C:\Windows\system32\reg.exe FLAGS "HKLM\SOFTWARE\Leapfrog Software, Inc." SET DONT_VIRTUALIZE RECURSE_FLAG DONT_SILENT_FAIL /s
    The operation completed successfully.

    Setting security on HKLM\SOFTWARE\Leapfrog Software, Inc.
    SetSecurityInfo successful
    Attributes of C:\$ISR set to Hidden and System
    Getting options from old $ISRBIN
    $ANCHOR already Unicode
    Getting partition info of volume C
    StartingOffset = 2049607680
    PartitionLength = 880666624
    HiddenSectors = 2049607680
    PartitionNumber = 3
    PartitionType = 7
    BootIndicator = 0
    Reading Boot Sector on volume C
    Partition Type = NTFS
    BytesPerSector: 512
    SectorsPerCluster: 8
    BytesPerCluster: 4096
    MFT Record Size: 1024
    MFT Data Allocation:
    Run of 25856 clusters @ LCN 786432
    Scanning for $ISR
    Record = 59588
    Scanning for "0":
    Record = 72864
    Scanning for $ISRBIN:
    Record = 72882
    Finding LCN of $ISRBIN:
    Run of 6 clusters @ LCN 43696895
    SectorNumber = 2399182840
    Reading ISR.bin
    ProgParamBlock
    BootSectorLoc = 2048
    PartitionStart = 2049607680
    BytesPerSector = 512
    SectorsPerTrack = 63
    NumberOfHeads = 255
    DriveNumber = 128
    Options.Bitmap[0] = 4294967295
    Updating $ISRBIN
    Reading Boot Strap on volume \\?\Volume{b8153063-f7f2-11de-a928-806e6f6e6963}
    Error (0x15) - The device is not ready.
    There was an error installing FirstDefense-Rescue Workstation

    Starting uninstall
    FirstDefense-Rescue Service [Version 4.0.1.263]

    OpenService failed - The specified service does not exist as an installed service. (0x424)
    Getting OS version
    PlatformId = 2 MajorVersion = 6 MinorVersion = 1
    osVer = 601
    Getting system volume
    Opening \\.\C:
    Getting partition number for volume C:
    Partition number = 3
    Getting drive layout information
    PartitionCount = 4
    Partition 0: Number = 1
    Type = 0x07
    Boot = 1
    Partition 1: Number = 2
    Type = 0x07
    Boot = 0
    Partition 2: Number = 3
    Type = 0x07
    Boot = 0
    Partition 3: Number = 0
    Type = 0x00
    Boot = 0
    System partition = 2
    Boot partition = 0
    Partition type = 0x07
    Getting drive number
    Drive number = 0
    Opening SYSTEM\MountedDevices
    RegQueryInfoKey
    RegEnumValue
    Reading Boot Strap on volume \\?\Volume{b8153063-f7f2-11de-a928-806e6f6e6963}
    Error (0x15) - The device is not ready.
    Removing ISR_MONITOR from User Run key
    Error (0x2) - The system cannot find the file specified.
    Deleting ..\ISRMonitor.exe
    ISRSetup completed with errors

    ISRSetup -install -vss Workstation Version 4.0.1.263 started 04/17/2010 09:28:10
    Getting OS version
    PlatformId = 2 MajorVersion = 6 MinorVersion = 1
    osVer = 601
    Getting system volume
    Opening \\.\C:
    Getting partition number for volume C:
    Partition number = 3
    Getting drive layout information
    PartitionCount = 4
    Partition 0: Number = 1
    Type = 0x07
    Boot = 1
    Partition 1: Number = 2
    Type = 0x07
    Boot = 0
    Partition 2: Number = 3
    Type = 0x07
    Boot = 0
    Partition 3: Number = 0
    Type = 0x00
    Boot = 0
    System partition = 2
    Boot partition = 0
    Partition type = 0x07
    Getting drive number
    Drive number = 0
    Opening SYSTEM\MountedDevices
    RegQueryInfoKey
    RegEnumValue
    Removing virtualization from HKLM\SOFTWARE\Leapfrog Software, Inc.
    CMD: C:\Windows\system32\reg.exe FLAGS "HKLM\SOFTWARE\Leapfrog Software, Inc." SET DONT_VIRTUALIZE RECURSE_FLAG DONT_SILENT_FAIL /s
    The operation completed successfully.

    Setting security on HKLM\SOFTWARE\Leapfrog Software, Inc.
    SetSecurityInfo successful
    Attributes of C:\$ISR set to Hidden and System
    Getting options from old $ISRBIN
    $ANCHOR already Unicode
    Getting partition info of volume C
    StartingOffset = 2049607680
    PartitionLength = 880666624
    HiddenSectors = 2049607680
    PartitionNumber = 3
    PartitionType = 7
    BootIndicator = 0
    Reading Boot Sector on volume C
    Partition Type = NTFS
    BytesPerSector: 512
    SectorsPerCluster: 8
    BytesPerCluster: 4096
    MFT Record Size: 1024
    MFT Data Allocation:
    Run of 25856 clusters @ LCN 786432
    Scanning for $ISR
    Record = 59588
    Scanning for "0":
    Record = 72864
    Scanning for $ISRBIN:
    Record = 72882
    Finding LCN of $ISRBIN:
    Run of 6 clusters @ LCN 43696895
    SectorNumber = 2399182840
    Reading ISR.bin
    ProgParamBlock
    BootSectorLoc = 2048
    PartitionStart = 2049607680
    BytesPerSector = 512
    SectorsPerTrack = 63
    NumberOfHeads = 255
    DriveNumber = 128
    Options.Bitmap[0] = 4294967295
    Updating $ISRBIN
    Reading Boot Strap on volume \\?\Volume{b8153063-f7f2-11de-a928-806e6f6e6963}
    Error (0x15) - The device is not ready.
    There was an error installing FirstDefense-Rescue Workstation

    Starting uninstall
    FirstDefense-Rescue Service [Version 4.0.1.263]

    OpenService failed - The specified service does not exist as an installed service. (0x424)
    Getting OS version
    PlatformId = 2 MajorVersion = 6 MinorVersion = 1
    osVer = 601
    Getting system volume
    Opening \\.\C:
    Getting partition number for volume C:
    Partition number = 3
    Getting drive layout information
    PartitionCount = 4
    Partition 0: Number = 1
    Type = 0x07
    Boot = 1
    Partition 1: Number = 2
    Type = 0x07
    Boot = 0
    Partition 2: Number = 3
    Type = 0x07
    Boot = 0
    Partition 3: Number = 0
    Type = 0x00
    Boot = 0
    System partition = 2
    Boot partition = 0
    Partition type = 0x07
    Getting drive number
    Drive number = 0
    Opening SYSTEM\MountedDevices
    RegQueryInfoKey
    RegEnumValue
    Reading Boot Strap on volume \\?\Volume{b8153063-f7f2-11de-a928-806e6f6e6963}
    Error (0x15) - The device is not ready.
    Removing ISR_MONITOR from User Run key
    Error (0x2) - The system cannot find the file specified.
    Deleting ..\ISRMonitor.exe
    ISRSetup completed with errors

    ISRSetup -install -vss Workstation Version 4.0.1.263 started 04/17/2010 10:01:33
    Getting OS version
    PlatformId = 2 MajorVersion = 6 MinorVersion = 1
    osVer = 601
    Getting system volume
    Opening \\.\C:
    Getting partition number for volume C:
    Partition number = 3
    Getting drive layout information
    PartitionCount = 4
    Partition 0: Number = 1
    Type = 0x07
    Boot = 1
    Partition 1: Number = 2
    Type = 0x07
    Boot = 0
    Partition 2: Number = 3
    Type = 0x07
    Boot = 0
    Partition 3: Number = 0
    Type = 0x00
    Boot = 0
    System partition = 2
    Boot partition = 0
    Partition type = 0x07
    Getting drive number
    Drive number = 0
    Opening SYSTEM\MountedDevices
    RegQueryInfoKey
    RegEnumValue
    Removing virtualization from HKLM\SOFTWARE\Leapfrog Software, Inc.
    CMD: C:\Windows\system32\reg.exe FLAGS "HKLM\SOFTWARE\Leapfrog Software, Inc." SET DONT_VIRTUALIZE RECURSE_FLAG DONT_SILENT_FAIL /s
    The operation completed successfully.

    Setting security on HKLM\SOFTWARE\Leapfrog Software, Inc.
    SetSecurityInfo successful
    Attributes of C:\$ISR set to Hidden and System
    Getting options from old $ISRBIN
    $ANCHOR already Unicode
    Getting partition info of volume C
    StartingOffset = 2049607680
    PartitionLength = 880666624
    HiddenSectors = 2049607680
    PartitionNumber = 3
    PartitionType = 7
    BootIndicator = 0
    Reading Boot Sector on volume C
    Partition Type = NTFS
    BytesPerSector: 512
    SectorsPerCluster: 8
    BytesPerCluster: 4096
    MFT Record Size: 1024
    MFT Data Allocation:
    Run of 25856 clusters @ LCN 786432
    Scanning for $ISR
    Record = 59588
    Scanning for "0":
    Record = 72864
    Scanning for $ISRBIN:
    Record = 72882
    Finding LCN of $ISRBIN:
    Run of 6 clusters @ LCN 43696895
    SectorNumber = 2399182840
    Reading ISR.bin
    ProgParamBlock
    BootSectorLoc = 2048
    PartitionStart = 2049607680
    BytesPerSector = 512
    SectorsPerTrack = 63
    NumberOfHeads = 255
    DriveNumber = 128
    Options.Bitmap[0] = 4294967295
    Updating $ISRBIN
    Reading Boot Strap on volume \\?\Volume{b8153063-f7f2-11de-a928-806e6f6e6963}
    Error (0x15) - The device is not ready.
    There was an error installing FirstDefense-Rescue Workstation

    Starting uninstall
    FirstDefense-Rescue Service [Version 4.0.1.263]

    OpenService failed - The specified service does not exist as an installed service. (0x424)
    Getting OS version
    PlatformId = 2 MajorVersion = 6 MinorVersion = 1
    osVer = 601
    Getting system volume
    Opening \\.\C:
    Getting partition number for volume C:
    Partition number = 3
    Getting drive layout information
    PartitionCount = 4
    Partition 0: Number = 1
    Type = 0x07
    Boot = 1
    Partition 1: Number = 2
    Type = 0x07
    Boot = 0
    Partition 2: Number = 3
    Type = 0x07
    Boot = 0
    Partition 3: Number = 0
    Type = 0x00
    Boot = 0
    System partition = 2
    Boot partition = 0
    Partition type = 0x07
    Getting drive number
    Drive number = 0
    Opening SYSTEM\MountedDevices
    RegQueryInfoKey
    RegEnumValue
    Reading Boot Strap on volume \\?\Volume{b8153063-f7f2-11de-a928-806e6f6e6963}
    Error (0x15) - The device is not ready.
    Removing ISR_MONITOR from User Run key
    Error (0x2) - The system cannot find the file specified.
    Deleting ..\ISRMonitor.exe
    ISRSetup completed with errors
  2. Leapfrog Mitch
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    Leapfrog Mitch Leapfrog Staff

    Strange, but it thinks the boot volume is not mounted. Why I do not know.

    Do this:

    1. Open Disk Manager.
    2. Assign a drive letter to the boot volume (System Reserved).
    3. Open My Computer and double-click the System Reserved volume.
    4. Close the System Reserved window.
    5. Back in Disk Manager remove the drive letter.
    6. Try the installation again.

    -Mitch / Leapfrog Software
  3. TouchuvGrey
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    TouchuvGrey Registered Member

    Hello Mitch:

    YAYYYYYY!!!!! it ( almost ) worked. The install
    went fine. After the install i was told that my trial version had expired.
    i downloaded it no more than 8 hours
    ago. Incidentally, i think assigning a
    letter to the "unmounted" volume and
    then removing it has resolved another
    issue i had.
  4. TouchuvGrey
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    TouchuvGrey Registered Member

    i tried it again, this time leaving a letter on
    the unmounted volume, it worked. ( Damn,
    i wish i understood computers better )
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