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Creo 2 M060 Install destination folders

Lohbauer
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Creo 2 M060 Install destination folders

Happy Monday All,


When installing or updating an existing install of Creo 2.0 from F001 up to M060 I find that in some cases it will go into the Program Files folder and other times it will end up in Program Files (x86).



M060 first time installs have been going to Program files but some upgrades that are initially in Program files (Mostly F001 or M020) will go to Program Files (x86). I would appreciate any insght as to why this happens.



Thank In Advance,



Bob Lohbauer


Jacobs Vehicle Systems


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On 2013-07-22 15:49, Bob Lohbauer wrote:
> Happy Monday All,
>
> When installing or updating an existing install of Creo 2.0 from F001
> up to M060 I find that in some cases it will go into the Program
> Files
> folder and other times it will end up in Program Files (x86).
>
> M060 first time installs have been going to Program files but some
> upgrades that are initially in Program files (Mostly F001 or M020)
> will go to Program Files (x86). I would appreciate any insght as to
> why this happens.
>
> Thank In Advance,
>
> Bob Lohbauer
>
> Windchill Administrator
>
> Jacobs Vehicle Systems

On 64-bit systems 32-bit software gets installed into "Program Files
(x86)" and 64-bit software gets installed into "Program Files".

You may have a mix of 32 and 64 bit systems. Or you may have a mix of
32-bit and 64-bit installation software.


Best regards,
Patrick Asselman

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