BTW, it is my reseller who actually deserves any credit given for solving
this - Thank you Jan.
"Charles Prettyman" wrote in message
> Thank you all for the various thoughts on this. For those who face
> somethign similar, the actiuual problem turned out to be this:
> Most machines inthe office have very little room to spare on C, but have
> room of D. So I set up the istallation files to default to D for
> installation. A few machines, however, including my own, have other
> In my case, D is a zip drive, and all the applications got on E (don't ask
> me why, Dell set it up like that). So, althoughthe error messages were
> refering to paths like "CAD Standards" or "Program Files" the actual error
> was in the drive letter.
> One of the frustrating parts of this is htat I had somewhat anticipated
> problem, and set up the installation NOT to be silent, so that I caould
> one set of image files to install to C, D or E as appropriate. But the
> error cropped up before I was able to redirect this installation to E.
> Now, on to the next challenge.