Very nice! I d/l'ed the latest version of Installation Manager, and it
installed fine. I didn't install it under C:\Program Files.

Of course, all my settings are back to factory installs...bleah...

On Thu, Dec 9, 2010 at 5:13 PM, David Gibbs <david@xxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:

Michael Ryan wrote:
So I have this new 64 bit Win 7 system. Want to install WDSc 7.0 on it.
in the CD and start it up. Installer seems to start to work, but then it
fails with an error message saying the H:\ drive is invalid. I *do* have
H: drive, but I don't know why the installer wants to access it. I've
searching around, but I can't find any reference to a different logged
drive. Any ideas? TIA! (Figured I'd better ask this question in the right

I installed it without a problem.

I think you may need the most current version of the installation manager
though (I installed it after installing RDP 8).

It's probably a good idea to install it in a directory other than
C:\Program files...

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