From: Albuquerque, NM
By default, WIA installs files in the protected "Program Files (x86)" folder. IIRC, starting with Windows XP,
that folder no longer allows a non-Admin user to write files there.
WIA writes logs and game saves to the folder it is installed in, so if you've installed it to the default location
you'll need to be running WIA with Admin privileges.
I've installed WIA in a separate folder that is permissioned to allow 'normal' users read/write privileges. It
seems to work for me.
BTW, if you haven't already, you'll probably get a quicker response by posting over on the AGEOD forums.
< Message edited by OldSarge -- 10/27/2018 6:29:24 PM >
You and the rest, you forgot the first rule of the fanatic:
When you become obsessed with the enemy, you become the enemy.
Jeffrey Sinclair, "Infection", Babylon 5