I finally gave up on trying to do this by myself for the past week! I had the trial version, which led me to recently purchase the full license, and had not had any issues with any of my software installing and running until this one. The software is AstroGeometry and it's older version MagiAstroSoftPro. Neither of them work and I think I might know what is causing it but not how to resolve it, here's the gist...
It gives me the following errors:
1. Drive must be installed on C: drive and C: drive must be your boot drive.
2. Invalid Installation - code 65. Program is shutting down.
My boot drive, I believe is the Z: drive, not the C:, correct?
If so, I think the main issue might be just that. That my boot drive is recognized as the Z: drive, instead of the required C:. I already contacted them about seeing if I could change it within their software but it is not possible. How can I change it within CrossOver? To make sure CrossOver recognizes the software installed under C: AstroGeometry and C: be recognized as the boot drive? Everything else seems to be fine. It downloaded the software without any issue and it even created the app within the mac, but running it is the problem. It attempts to load and I get the error messages.
Thanks in advance for any help you guys can give me here so I don't continue pulling my hair out, hehe! 😊
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