Category : installation

When I try to install the anaconda(version 3.8) on my pc( windows 64 bit) it shows an error that says- " Destination Folder " contains the following invalid character . I have tried changing the name of my PC, reinstaliing the software and even deactivating antivirus yet this error pops up !!!!. I have even ..

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We noticed that when installing drivers, they are not installed directly. According to an article, the process will performed in two steps between deployment and installation. The following article from Microsoft: Starting with Windows Vista, the driver store is a trusted collection of inbox and third-party driver packages. The operating system maintains this collection in ..

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I´m beginner golang developer (Portuguese Brasil). I´m using windows 10 with GO-1.16.4 in: C:Program FilesGo I had try to do multiple installations according godoc and i get it in a fixed directory in the "windows users": C:Usersricardosdkgo1.15.13 Already researched but iam unable make the installation in for exemple (my preferency): E:PROGRAMSGO1.15.13 Thankful everybody. Source: Windows ..

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I ran into the same issue described here where installing boost with (.bootstrap.bat, b2 install –prefix=PREFIX) fails on the second step with a 64-bit machine, boost 1.58.0, and Visual Studio 2019. Modifying the project-config.jam as stated (double checked the path) did not work unfortunately. It may have been due to specifying ‘using msvc : 14.0’ ..

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It is possible to run a windows desktop application from a weblink. This can be achieved bij registering a custom protocol. Something like this (myapp.reg): Windows Registry Editor Version 5.00 [HKEY_CLASSES_ROOTmyapp] @=""URL: myapp protocol"" "URL Protocol"="" [HKEY_CLASSES_ROOTmyappshell] [HKEY_CLASSES_ROOTmyappshellopen] [HKEY_CLASSES_ROOTmyappshellopencommand] @=""C:myapp.exe" -URL "%1"" The URL: “myapp://parameters" will start the myapp application. Is there a way to ..

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