Unreal Engine 4 wants to install on drive F:
I decided to install Unreal Engine 4 on my computer to start off a project I've been thinking about for a while now. But when I try to install Unreal Engine through the EpicGamesLancherInstaller(blablabla).msi, I get a notification window saying the F: drive is invalid.
The only drives I have are C: (Main portion), D: (For games, media, such things) and E: (DVD-drive).
I use an external HDD when I record for YouTube and such, which is F:
But I don't have the external HDD hooked up when I try to install UE4. And when I do hook it up, I get to the start installation screen, showing me the path of install, but it wants to install on the F: drive, and I don't want it to.
I have used UE on this computer in the past, but that's years ago, and any trace of UE have been long removed from the computer.
Is there a way to change the install directory prior to installing?
I have read a few other threads from users with the same issue, but they either got solved by extensive manual re-location of files (Even after updates) or software that is not available to W10
asked Oct 16 '15 at 02:22 PM in Installation & Setup
Guys, I have found a solution for this problem. So I downloaded this application called "Revo uninstaller" and selected Epic Games on the list. It deletes all the leftovers from the registries. After I finished deleting everything it let me install the launcher :) I hope it helps!
answered Dec 05 '17 at 09:09 PM
We haven't heard back from you in a few days, so we are marking this post as Resolved for tracking purposes. If you're still experiencing this issue, please try the suggestion that I mentioned above then post back here with the requested info.
If you need anything else, feel free to ask.
answered Nov 02 '15 at 03:38 PM
Follow this question
Once you sign in you will be able to subscribe for any updates here