ClickNdesign3d woes...  


  1. Posts : 7
    Win 10 Pro (1909)
       #1

    ClickNdesign3d woes...


    Hi all!
    I've discovered that this app is no longer, but I'd like to keep using it. My Uncle gave it to me years ago.

    ClickNDesign 3D v5.14 on Windows 10 (1909)

    I re-acquired this program from softpedia.com on 02/23/2021. I attempted to install it on my F: drive (F:\Program Files (x86)\Click'N Design 3D (V5)). The install went well, it looked like to me anyway. However, clicking on the ClickNDesign 3D v5.14 created icon would do nothing. So, I tried uninstalling ClickNDesign 3D v5.14, re-booted, re-DLed it, ClickNDesign 3D v5.14 still wouldn't run from the desktop created icon. Then, I spent few more hours installing other similar CD labeling SW. The next day, I decided to try ClickNDesign 3D v5.14 one more time, this time however, ClickNDesign 3D v5.14,was installed to the default path on my C: drive (C:\Program Files (x86)\Click'N Design 3D (V5)).
    WTF???
    I did not want to use up more space on C: as the total capacity of C: is limited.
    I hate this happened despite an otherwise excellent program.
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  2. Posts : 13,329
    Win10 Version 22H2 Pro and Home, Win11 Pro and Home
       #2

    Some programs can be Custom installed to a different location than the same drive or partition Windows is on [boot drive] but not all. Microsoft Office used to be that way but a Custom install still put a large part of itself on the boot drive. My main computer came partitioned as 150GB for C: and 730GB for D:, the programs I've put on D: have no problem.
      My Computers


  3. Posts : 7
    Win 10 Pro (1909)
    Thread Starter
       #3

    Berton said:
    Some programs can be
    Yes, I am so sadly aware of this behavior. I was hoping there was a workaround or some such that maybe I didn't I know about, but there probably isn't. I figured that a workaround might be a long shot... Oh well, I tried.
      My Computers


 

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