I bought a new Desktop-PC last Friday.
The Acer includes a 60 GB SSD (Drive C:/ with Windows 8) and an second Drive E:/ (HDD 1 TB).
Photoshop Elements 12 installed without anything on Drive E:/ and is working fine.
Now when I - again - start the installer and select Premiere Elements 12 and set E:/ as drive I always get the error that C:/ (SSD not the HDD) has not enough free space.
I just can't get Premiere Elements installed - what's the mistake?
Any hints, tipps, etc.?
Thanks in advance for any help!
This forum is a user to user forum and glad to help.
It is a good idea to contact Adobe via its Adobe Chat for help on this one so that you do not jeopardize any of your rights to free service by delaying contact with Adobe.
Please use the following link (which I have preset for "downloading, installing, and setting up"
When the link opens, click on "I still need help" to bring up the Adobe Chat pop up.
Are you installing from a purchased installation disc or from purchased online download from Adobe?
Please let us know the outcome.
The program really needs to be on your computer's C drive in order to work properly, as you've seen.
But part of the challenge with current SSDs is that they aren't very large, so they don't have room to install a lot of programs on them.
Still, you should have plenty of room to install your programs if you keep your libraries (Documents, Pictures, Music) on your second hard drive. Save your C drive for your program files.