Re: trouble installing 3.5 in classic
- --- In firstname.lastname@example.org, pjandlar <no_reply@y...> wrote:
>The installer runs from Classic. Maybe just a restart would fix it. I would do
> I'm a long-time WordPerfect Mac user, trying to install 3.5 on an iMac running
> classic and OSX. I've tried three methods:
> 1) I used 3.5" install disks, and everything was fine till I got to the license #
> part. I did buy the program ages ago, but haven't yet found the original disks
> and license (I'm using back-up disks). If I really need it I can probably find it
> somewhere, as unfortunately I never throw anything out!
> When it asked for the license and I didn't have one, I did a force quit.
> WordPerfect launched and I could use it, but when I tried to save some test
> docs it wouldn't, saying the disk was full (it wasn't, and I tried different folders
> just in case that would make it happy).
> 2) I also tried moving the WordPerfect folder from an OS9.2 iMac where it runs
> just fine to the OSX one via a flash drive, but in that case WordPerfect wasn't
> recognized as an application.
> 3) I also downloaded the app and unstuffed it last night and then ran installer;
> the installer icon bounced up and down in the dock but nothing else
a new install rather than copying an existing application file, or installing
(what version?) from 3.5 disks.
You can use anything for the license number.