Step 4.Click the Yes button. The following screen appears:
Step 5. Click the Continue button. An Unpacking screen appears.
Note: If either of the following messages appears, or something similar, you do not have sufficient privilege to install. Seek help from your IT administrator.
When unpacking is completed the Welcome screen appears.
Step 6. Click the Next button. The Information screen appears.
Step 7. Click the Next button. The Choose Program Folder screen appears.
The Destination Folder will default to C:\Program Files\EL-CID. If it does not, click the Browse button and change the destination to this.
Step 8. Click the Next button. The Choose Data Folder screen will appear.
STOP!: Read the information on this screen carefully. Note in particular that the Windows user account you intend to use when running EL-CID must have full read, write, create, and delete access to the data folder and all its subfolders.
Tip: Many systems are set up so that normal users do not have full control over folders on the C: drive, but they are allowed full control over folders on the D: drive. Check with your IT administrator. If this is the case, click the Browse button and edit the Path box, changing the c: to d:, then click OK. (Do NOT select the d: drive from the Drivescombo box, otherwise you’ll have to retype the full path.) If not installing on top of an existing folder, a screen will appear stating that directory does not exist and asking if the program should create it. If so, click the Yes button.
Note: If you’ve previously installed EL-CID, and you specify the same data folder as the previous install, EL-CID will rename the existing folder, appending “_old” onto the folder name and then create a new copy of the data folder you specify in the screen above. Unfortunately, this means your IT administrator must again grant you full control over the data path you specify in the screen above.