Glad to hear you got it working! We definitely need to document the
steps for installing the x64 build...

- Kim

On Tue, Feb 10, 2009 at 16:37,  <> wrote:
> Hi Kim,
> On Tue, 10 Feb 2009 15:15:38 +0100, you [Kim Gräsman] wrote:
> }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.
> Well, it does...
> }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.
> Ok, I managed to install from the cmd console, but not without some
> hassles.  The main problem was trying to do this install without full
> admin privileges.  Once that had been sorted away (and ignoring all
> the MS threats) the install went smoothly.  However, upon reboot I
> lost all keyboard and mouse input (they were wireless).  I tried
> replacing them with wired components to no avail.  A hard shutdown was
> done, and of course the 'not a proper shutdown' screen appeared upon
> startup but after that all appears to be fine.
> DQSD looks good blending into the Aero taskbar nicely.  Now once I
> have transferred over my personal settings from the old drive I will
> be a very happy camper.
> Thanks for your patience and help, Kim

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