First post, by Jorpho
I am trying to install a package of Live! DOS drivers from here under Windows 98SE on a 12 GB FAT32 partition, but every time I run setup.exe I get a "not enough free space" error.
I have tried filling the partition to capacity, but it doesn't make a difference. I can only assume the installer is trying to read the total capacity of the partition and then encountering an overflow.
I tried plugging in a USB drive and changing the TEMP and TMP environment variables to point to a folder on the drive, but that did not make a difference either.
If this was XP, I would use Resplendent Resolver to lie about the free disk space, but apparently that doesn't work under Win9x.
If it was a 16-bit InstallShield setup.exe I would use MKCOMPAT, but it's already a 32-bit setup.exe (Version 5, to be precise).
I feel like I'm forgetting something useful. Is there any easy way to make this go, short of manually unpacking the installer or resizing the partition?