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Old 19th August 2016, 02:10 AM
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updated 2: i've tried to install it on the laptop and the same dialog box appears.
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any ideas?
Shot in the dark, but, try installing it to your Users name directory. e.g.
C:\Users\YOURNAME\Project64

Wondering if there is a problem with permissions on Windows 10, not allowing Project64 to write/create the cfg files etc.

Does it change anything?

Edit:
@zilmar
I've just changed the installer script to use the Users directory. Had to go back one level, as the old version of inno used doesn't support Windows 10 path constants.

DefaultDirName={userdocs}\..\Project64 2.3

If the problem on Windows 10 is installing into Program Files, this should fix it...
It might be time to update to the latest inno setup. http://www.jrsoftware.org/isinfo.php
The new version will allow to specify which lines in the script run on specified versions of windows upto windows 10. So you could use program files for OS below windows 8, Users or users program files directory for above windows 8.

Last edited by Frank74; 19th August 2016 at 03:27 AM.
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