Question about AbleSoft Teacher's Toolbox 4.0 (700193-015-01) for PC
I recently was upgraded to a Dell Latitude notebook at work and I was reinstalling all of my software, but I was unable to reinstall my Teacher's Toolbox. The error message is 'D:/The specified path does not exist' I had our computer guy look at it and he was unable to install also. We switched out the computer's CD-ROM to see if that was the problem and it wasn't. We also checked to see if it would install on other computers to ensure the disk was okay, which it was. I would appreciate any feedback on this issue since my new class starts in less than 2 weeks and I love my teacher's toolbox!! Thank you. Sincerely, jsdowdle
Please try to copy all the contents of thecd on the desktop in a folder and then try to install the application from there
Posted on Jul 01, 2008
I had this problem today after using Microsoft disk clean up. My solution was to use system restore to go back to last night's system settings.
Posted on Feb 07, 2008
I don't know if this is a typo in your message, however on a Windows system, the drive labeling should be: d:\ (rather than d:/) When you install the software, is there an installation script which requires you to input the drive (D:)? If so, be sure to enter it as d:\ If the message comes up w/o any request for your input - and the CD used to install correctly - then there's probably a config file (part of the Teacher's Toolbox installation) located on your disk which contains D:/ rather than D:\. Use the file find to look for all files containing "D:/" If the file you find is in one of the toolbox directories, do the following: 1. MAKE A BACKUP COPY OF THE FILE BEFORE YOU EDIT IT 2. Edit the file and change "d:/" to "d:\" 3. Rerun the setup
Posted on Aug 23, 2006
It sounds like you have more than one hard drive on your machine. Can you tell me if your able to browse for file on the "D:" drive as well as open up files on the "D:" drive?
Posted on Aug 23, 2006
Whenever path that starts with 'D:\.....' comes change 'D' with your primary partition (like C drive or such on which your operating syste is installed). Your problem will be solved.
Posted on Sep 21, 2007
SOURCE: Windows 7 is not compatible
Teacher's Toolbox 4.0 runs at school on Windows 7 Pro (I recall that I may have had to use a compatibility mode). Will not run at home on Windows7 Home Edition. Tried compatibility modes at home with no luck. Still looking for a solution or new program that does what I need.
Posted on Sep 22, 2011
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