gregc at cgl.ucsf.edu
Mon Jun 6 14:01:18 PDT 2016
I was able to get the Windows installer to fail in one situation -- I
hope this is the same problem you're having.
If you download the installer as a non-administrative user and then try
to run it, it fails because it can't install Chimera in the default
location even though you've typed in an administrative password. My
workaround was to use the file browser to locate the installer on the
disk, do a right-mouse click on the installer, and then "Run as
Administrator". I expect that it would also work if you installed
Chimera to a non-system directory.
On 06/04/2016 05:46 AM, Mitja Ogrizek wrote:
> Dear all,
> I tried to install a new version of chimera on my laptop with win10,
> but it doesn't want to load and start the setup.
> Has anybody else reported or had the same troubles?
> Kind regards,
> Mitja Ogrizek
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