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On my machine it refuses to enable 'next' if drive is not writeable (CD-ROM)
or I do not have write access there.

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Maxim Shafirov
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Attempting to install build 3397 on disk D:\.. fails - the "Next"
wizard button becomes disabled. See the images attached



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Thank's for the fast response ! (back to EAP after a year or so and things look the same, nice :)

My D:\ drive is a usual drive with all permissions - all my applications are installed there, including all previous EAP builds (up to 3394). I don't think the drive is the problem - may be the code checking whether it's Ok or not is mulfunctioning ..

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erm, you might wanna take another careful look at that second screenshot :))

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Honestly I have no other ideas. Our installer based on NSIS and I'm unsure
where to look at (faulty?) code.
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Maxim Shafirov
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Evgeny

Looks like you're simply running out of disk space on your D drive.

Regards,

Franck

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Yep indeed, out of space :)

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Maxim Shafirov
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Ahh .. damn, you're all right, guys - I'll fix it. Thank you !

But still - I think you all will agree that the error message in that case should be much more explicit. Simply disabling the "Next" button because "something" is wrong with the drive (free space, permissions, God knows what else ..) may confuse a hell lot more users.

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