Changed default installation directory for 64-bit version, in order to solve update problems from 32-bit to 64-bit (missing user settings and license). The 64-bit version is now installed in the same directory as the 32-bit version.
On some PCs (Windows 7 or 8, 64-bit) the Installer of version 3.7.0 (DAVID_Setup_220.127.116.1121.exe, which was published yesterday) copies the software update into the wrong directory, but does not copy your license file and settings. The result is that DAVID starts in "trial mode" with default settings. After updating to 3.7.1 the software is back in the right directory again using the license file and settings that are still there.
The problem only occurs under the following conditions:
- You own a regular non-USB license,
- you have installed DAVID version 3.7.0,
- on Microsoft Windows 7 or 8, 64-bit,
- and you have chosen "Windows standard installation" (and not "No installation, extract only").
In this case you should perform an update to the latest version (currently 3.7.1).
After that you might find two DAVID-LASERSCANNER3 installation directories, one under
C:\Program Files (x86)\DAVID-LASERSCANNER3
and a second orphaned installation under
If this is the case you can delete the second folder (C:\Program Files\DAVID-LASERSCANNER3) because these files are not used anymore.
Please excuse the trouble caused!