Can't you just change the drive letters around? You may find a lot of things going wonky if Windows is not on the C: drive.
I tried to change ... but the system refused. My boot drive is called D-drive.
I went to Adm Toos and into Computer Management to change... not allowed because it says I cannot change the name of the drive that has system files on it.
I have no problems installing all other programmes except CS5. It just refuses to install on my system drive called D:
It keeps looking for C drive... which does not have my Program File folder and it has not enough space anyway.
Adobe is forcing users to install its CS5 program on C drive... I find that annoying. but it does not happen when I install Acrobat
Any other suggestions.
I doubt CS5 will run on a Netbook.
Netbooks by definition have a 10" screen so even if you were successful installing it you would not be able to use it as most of those screens are 1024 x 600 resolution. Also the processor does not meet the minimum system requirements. The video controller has shared memory and then only probably 1GB of RAM. Any other thing you might try to do the impossible?
I have managed to get CS5 onto my netbook on d drive.
But now I cannot save. Each time I click SAVE or SAVE as, nothing happens.
Looks like CS5 really sucks.
Your netbook does not meet minimum system requirements for CS5. The problems you are having are not CS5's fault, they are your fault for trying to run CS5 on a woefully under-spec computer.
For reference: Tech specs | Adobe Premiere Pro CS5.5