botijo wrote:Hi there,
let me get you out of this mess.
First, what helps me a lot is to put MediaMonkey OUTSIDE "Program Files". That makes it possible for MM to run without administrator privileges and install scripts correctly.
I've followed some tips from the MM guys (wiki's ticket), creating C:\Users\All Users\MediaMonkey\ and C:\Users\All Users\MediaMonkey\Extensions and giving full control permissions to administrator and to me, but still no success.
I've tried also your way, reinstalling MM outside "Program Files", without any improvement, except that now the error message is just a popup saying "Unable to create directory" and with the current selected son in the caption (?).
Second, this is not a script and it needs to be started sepparetely from MM. The binary version comes with the default installation program that comes with Visual C# Express Edition.
Yes, I know that, but before I should be able to install the script (any script actually).
Thanks a lot.
I don't want anymore to keep this OT, since I've managed to deal with this issue opening a ticket. I just hope to find also a final solution
Thanks again for the patience.