Install drive letter problem

Discussion in 'ESET NOD32 Antivirus' started by blackjack69, May 20, 2012.

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  1. blackjack69

    blackjack69 Registered Member

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    Hello everybody,
    i have a problem regarding the installation of eset nod32 antivirus.It says "not enough space on drive c".the point is that drive "c" is not my primary hdd,i'm using the "d" drive.anyone has any idea about fixing that?
    thnx
     
  2. lodore

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    It should give you the option to choose the installation path.

    Is D your system partition?
    how much space is left on c:?
     
  3. Marcos

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    At any rate, it is Windows Installer itself that performs installation. I'd suggest checking the location of temporary folders.
     
  4. blackjack69

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    no it doesnt give the installation drive option.it chooses "c" itself and stops automatically the installation.Look, "c" is the System Reserved for my Win7 and on "d" i have installed xp.so i can't install ESET on 'c"
     
  5. Marcos

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    Are you sure? In advanced installation mode, you should be able to select the drive and path.
     
  6. blackjack69

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    as soon as the installer starts it stops and gives the error,no option to choose,just as soon as i double click it the error msg pops up
     
  7. blackjack69

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    here's a printscreen of that window
     

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  8. Marcos

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    Download an offline installer instead of LiveInstaller, it will allow you to run installation in Custom mode where you can change the install path.
     
  9. blackjack69

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    thanks mate,it worked :)
     
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