I can't get Photodraw to run. It complains about not enough disk space available,
I just installed PhotoDraw V.2 on a Win98 SE Computer.
The hard disk is partitioned as C (Windows); D (Programs - 2 gb); E (Swap File - 256 mb); F (Data - 4 gb)
PhotoDraw is installed on the D-drive.
When I try to run it, it says:
"Your available disk space is too low. Photodraw cannot continue. Photodraw needs 30 megabytes of space available on your 'E:' disk drive. Please close other programs, delete files and/or empty the Recycle Bin."
"Have you freed disk space?" <Yes> <No>
My question: Who told Photodraw to use the E drive? I did not. How can I tell it to use either the D or F drive (where there is plenty of space)?
I've hunted around in the registry, looked for ini files, readme files, and the Microsoft kb without any indication on how I can change that.
Anyone know? Thanks so much in helping to alleviate another software frustration.