Installing to non-Default Directory (BUG?)

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I think there might be a bug when installing to a Non-Default directory. (I posted this message before as "Win2K & Studio4", but that wasn't very descriptive).

Anyways, when I installed to C:\Atmel\Studio4, the program couldn't find the part description files (it listed the directory incorrectly in the status window). I tried finding reference to this in the registry and anywhere in the install directory without success. I then un-installed it and re-installed into the default directory and it now seems to work (for now).

Hope this helps other people,

Paul

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Hi Paul,

thanks a lot for this posting. In fact it would have saved me a lot time if I had found it earlier. I had exactly the same problem under win xp home. I got suspicious when I saw the doubleslash // in the message window. I found the default directory as the root cause just like you did. It seems it does not work if you specify any other directory. I hope Atmel takes this on their action list.

Regards,
Herbert

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