I was doing a new commercial product installation on 4 Win/NT machines from a CD-ROM received Nov 12, 2003. Two installs ran correctly, and program group icons were created correctly in the user workspace.
Here's the problem with the other two.
I selected the same options in each install, as far as I know.
At the point of creating a program group, the install abends with an error. The blue screen does not add any new information as to what the error actually was. I think it just said "create program group".
The Windows program group is on the screen after this, but disappears when it is closed, since it did not completely get created.
The only workaround was to do another install and SKIP the program group creation. The choices following that in the macro then ran correctly. Vedit is still be accessible from the programs menu.
Could the disk drive been full, (not enough space for .PDF manual?) or insufficient memory cause a problem?
No message actually said what the problem was. There were no previous versions of Vedit on the machines.
eeechhh. All of this windows terminology...I hope I have explained this sufficiently. ;-D