Hi Bill,

On Tue, Feb 10, 2009 at 15:12,  <bill.hew...@sentex.net> wrote:
> Hi Kim,
> On Tue, 10 Feb 2009 14:49:52 +0100, you [Kim Gräsman] wrote:
> }Did you use the dqsdx64-4100-beta.zip from:
> }http://sourceforge.net/project/showfiles.php?group_id=42081&package_id=34145
> Not exactly, the URL got mine from was as above with
> '&release_id=618124' added to it.  They both appear to be the same
> file(s).
> }We could've done a better job on documentation, but you're supposed to
> }unpack that zip to a temp directory, and then run the embedded
> }setupx64.cmd batch file to install DQSD.
> I have now done that with no result whatsoever.  Nothing on screen,
> nothing installed.  Please bear in mind that this is an Intel
> processor and not an AMD as the install file suggests.

SourceForge didn't have any generic 64-bit available, so we had to
pick AMD-64 to signify that it was a 64-bit build. We've tested it on
Intel, as far as I remember, so it should work.

Try starting up a command window (start -> run... -> cmd) and CD into
your temporary "unpack" dir. Then run setupx64.cmd from there and see
what it outputs.

- Kim

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