> The following bug has been logged online:
> Bug reference: 3253
> Logged by: Gary Winslow
> Email address: gwinn7(at)earthlink(dot)net
> PostgreSQL version: 8.2.4
> Operating system: Windows 2003 Server Standard SP1
> Description: 8.2.4 Installer Displays No Default Install Path and
> Browse Error 2864
> I have multiple versions concurrently running on my Windows 2003 Standard
> Server SP1.
> Version 8.1.8
> Version 8.2.3
> I am attempting to also install 8.2.4 as a preliminary step to upgrading my
> database platform and it will not install..
> Steps to Repro...
> 1. Have the prior mentioned Postgres versions installed.
> 2. Run the 8.2.4 Installer.
> 3. Select the 'Modify' option.
> 4. At the "Installation Options" screen, there is no install directory
> presented. Problem #A
> 5. After clicking the 'Browse' option, the following error displays...
> "The installer has encountered an unexpected error installing this package.
> This may indicate a problem with this package. The error code is 2864."
> Problem #B
> 6. Done. The problem has manifested
> Yes, I know I am supposed to use the upgrade.bat file to upgrade, but I
> wanted to have another separate clean install and reload my database into it
> before switching over.
the installer only supports one copy of each major version per machine. If you want more than one you must use the binaries-on-installer, which should work
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