I am attempting to install The Print Shop: Photo Projects on a Windows XP SP2 system. The system requirements state that 3 GB free hard-disk space are required. They do not state anything about where. I do not have 3 GB of space free on my system partition (the one with Windows installed on it). I do have 92.7 GB of hard-disk space free on another partition, which is where I would like to install this program. In going through the installer I am first told that it does not have enough space on the C drive. That is fine, I don't want to install it there. It asks where I would like to install two components (Zoom Application and Gallery). I select the D drive (with 92.7 GB free) for both of them. It then tells me that I do not have space on the C drive for the 2GB it _STILL_ wants to install there.
Why is it still trying to put 2GB on a drive that I told it not to install anything on?
Why will it not recognize that there is plenty of space on another drive and put it there?
Is there any way that I can work around this problem?
But, the normal installation process for The Print Shop: Photo Projects does not offer the user the option of selecting the drive where the program is to be installed. So, that means that the required 3 GB free hard-disk space must be on Drive C:. And, I'm afraid there is no way to work around that problem.
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