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Forum Thread: PSI 3beta2 installer - no option to change install directory

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libove PSI 3beta2 installer - no option to change install directory
Member 27th Apr, 2012 10:51
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I've just rebuilt a workstation, adding a relatively small solid state disc to be the system drive, and I'm installing all additional software on to a second traditional spinning disk to avoid running out of space on the system drive.
The PSI 3 beta 2 installer did not give any option to change the install path. This is such a basic feature of all installers that it doesn't make sense.
[Win7, Ult, SP1, x64, all service packs and patches, US-English]
Secunia? Your response?
Thank you,
-Jay

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Member 30th Apr, 2012 13:58
Hi,

Thank you for your feedback.

I will forward your comment to our developers for consideration.
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