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.
Put
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
an
H: drive, but I don't know why the installer wants to access it. I've
been
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
forum!)

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...

Check out http://wiki.midrange.com/index.php/RDp#WDSC_7.0_.26_RDi_7.1 ...
if you find any other gotcha's don't forget to update the wiki.

david

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