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Installing from NAS

By raraschek ·
I have a NAS. I access it with admin account, but at every installation I try to start from it stops at about 25% installation done with an error of "is not accessible, file not found". these are installations I have used many times before, so I know they are not corrupted. My NAS is connected, I try to "retry" but it doesnt work. (i tried XP SP3 and win7 , its the same). it happens only with installations I copied there from my hdd. the setups that have been downloaded directly from internet to the NAS work well. is it some kind of cheksum error?
any idea? thanks

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It might be cause by system calls to the old directory ...

by OldER Mycroft In reply to Installing from NAS

Depending on WHERE these installers originally came from, and HOW they got to the old HDD directory - the installer is probably looking for some file that it assumes is still in that very same directory.

This will particularly be the case if the 'installer' runs from a batch file.

If it runs from executing a batch file, you could edit the file to see where it is looking for source files, thereafter editing the path accordingly.

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