uninstall everything and I guess reinstall it all in C:\Programs\Adobe.
Things generally work best if you don't change the default install location. As far as I know, there is no difference between the Cloud version and disk version. Chances are your oddball install location is the issue on this one.
Well Jim, ok... If you open you Adobe Application Manager what is that default path set to? C:\ or C:\program files\adobe or ?
Some people have small SSD's as boot drives and don't have room for such a large amount of software on the C:\ drive. (You can search here for that problem). I have always kept programs away from the OS for over 15 years and never had any issues at all. True some software (drivers mostly) will not install elsewhere and work correctly but until this release the BMD always did just fine.
I am interested to know if you had the lag issue... and if they work and fix the issue?
Someone has already reported they dont!
Yes, I'll be happy to do that.
No, the new BMD drivers do nothing to fix the lag. I see no difference at all from what we've had before. With CS5.5.. hit stop and it stops maybe 5 frames later.. vs almost 30 frames later now. The person reporting that it was fixed was on a Mac.
Some people have small SSD's as boot drives and don't have room for such a large amount of software on the C:\ drive.
True, but I'd argue the better solution is to get a larger C: drive.