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by: kenwa
September 15th, 2009
Installation
Does World Time have to be installed on the system disk or can it be run as a "portable app" on a separate drive or USB disk?


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by: samtomlinson
December 26th, 2009
Installation
XP Professional, SP3 - I am the admin for this machine.  any ideas?

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by: sbaker
December 23rd, 2009
Installation
Which OS is this on? Could it be a permissions issue on the install location?

I know the current incarnation of WT has troubles with perms on Vista and Windows 7
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by: samtomlinson
December 23rd, 2009
Installation PROBLEM ??
I love WT...and have installed it on over 45 machines in my past several years...I had it running on my Dell Latitude D630 laptop just fine, but when I wiped the drive and started over, now I canīt get the 5.5 version to install.  I extract the files to a temp directory, click on install...I get an hourglass for a second or two...and then the whole thing just kinda disappears.  I tried installing v6 (which I like 5.5 better) but it doesnīt work either.  Any idea what might be going on?  I have never had this issue with installation before and I miss my bar of clocks at the top of my monitor.

PLEASE HELP!

Sam
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by: sbaker
September 15th, 2009
Installation
WT installs completely into itīs own folder so yes as long as it can write to itīs config files on the portable drive (ie: the drive canīt be write protected) then yes you can install it anywhere you want.

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