I received some free CD-ROM discs when I purchased my PC and have never used them.I have just tried to install one on my system 'Oxford GCSE Business Studies , it goes through the motions of installing into folder , do you require a quick launch icon , desktop icon etc etc , it then says it has installed and says to access the software start , all programs , The Learning Company , Oxford revision guides then click Oxford revision Guides but if I click this I get the error message 'Cannot locate the CD-ROM . Please insert the correct CD-ROM, select OK and restart application.If I click the desktop icon I get the same message.
The target and start in both give "C:\ as the path , and if I try to change the target to 'D' or 'E' , it says "The name D:\Program Files\The Learning Company\Oxford Revision Guides\Launcher.exe specified in the Target box is not valid.Make sure the path and file name are correct.
OK , should I just uninstall it and start again , and if so at what point do I change the path to E ? Will it give me the option ?
Put the Cd in the drive, and let it autorun. It should then detect that the program is already installed on your PC, and offer the option to run it. As you are running it from the CD, it should not then ask for the CD.
Does it auto run, and if so, have your tried doing it it this way?