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Old 10-31-2011, 01:15 PM
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hello friends, i am wondering if inpa and edibas have to be installed on the c: drive for everything to work rite.

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to be clear only c: for it to work . i have it on d: not in folder or sub folder.
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I had a lot of problems trying to get it working on my D drive. I'm pretty sure it can be done somehow but it was a major pain trying to get it all set up right. Therefore I decided it was easier to just run it in a VM so that it could be on C drive.
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i cant i only have windows 7 home.have to dual boot into xp
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why are you dual booting? what are you using XP for?

my understanding is that you should be able to install inpa/ediabas on your win7 install and then run VMWare with the GT1/DIS installed
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