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INF: Setup Options Dialog Box Lists Disk Space Info Twice

Article ID: Q92894
Creation Date: 17-NOV-1992
Revision Date: 19-SEP-1996 The information in this article applies to:

  • Microsoft Access versions 1.0 and 1.1

SUMMARY


The Setup Options dialog box will be displayed during a Custom Setup, or during an Express Setup if you have insufficient disk space for a full installation. The bottom half of the Setup Options dialog box provides disk information (space required and space available).

The bottom left side provides disk information about the drive that you specified for Microsoft Access. The bottom right side provides disk information about the drive that contains your Windows software. If both Microsoft Access and Windows are located on the same drive, the disk information displayed on the left side is also displayed on the right side of the dialog box.

MORE INFORMATION


The Setup Options dialog box is a common dialog box. The same dialog box is opened for installations with Microsoft Access and Windows on the same drive, and Microsoft Access and Windows on different drives. In the former, the disk information for Windows is identical to that for Microsoft Access.

Steps to Reproduce Behavior


 1. Run SETUP.EXE for Microsoft Access.

 2. Specify an installation path that is on the same hard disk as
    your Windows directory.

 3. Choose Custom Installation (Option 2).

 4. The Microsoft Access Setup Options dialog box will open. The
    bottom half of the dialog box lists Space Required and Space
    Available information twice.

 5. Cancel Setup.

The following steps are optional:

 6. Run SETUP.EXE for Microsoft Access.

 7. Specify an installation path that is on a different hard disk
    than your Windows directory.

 8. Choose Custom Installation (Option 2).

 9. The Microsoft Access Setup Options dialog box will open. The
    bottom half of the dialog box lists different disk information:
    one set of information for the Microsoft Access hard disk, and
    one set of information for the Windows hard disk.

Cancel Setup.



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Additional reference words: 1.00 1.10
KBCategory: kbsetup
KBSubcategory: StpOthr