From: Alan Slusher (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Thanks to all who offered suggestions.
It turns out that the QST cd-rom installation programme creates a file in a
temporary subdirectory called ~ssetup, which it is supposed to delete (both
file and subdirectory) at the end of the process. Some of the installation
programmes on the cd-rom sets apparently work properly and eliminate the
file and folder, while some don't. If the warning appears during the
installation process for one of the QST sets
> > Warning
> > c:\windows\~ssetup directory already exists. Would you like to delete
> > Yes/No
access the subdirectory (\~ssetup) using the Windows Explorer, and drag
the single file in it to the trashbasket. If the message reappears
immediately, trash the ~ssetup folder as well.
The QRP-L saves the day again! Everything is now up and running.
72/73 Alan 8P9BM
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