2009/10/23 Craig Ringer <craig(at)postnewspapers(dot)com(dot)au>
> Robert Haas wrote:
> > Well, I'm sort of hoping one of the Windows folks will chime in
> > here... but I would start by checking that PostgreSQL is in your path
> > exactly once and that the permissions are set right.
> It could also be a character coding issue or an issue caused by the
> localization of Windows paths.
> Robert: does your system actually have a directory called "C:\Program
> Files" ?
> If you open the Run dialog in the Start menu, paste in:
> "C:\Program Files"
> including the quotes, and press enter, does any folder open? (Note that
> even if no "program files" folder is visible in C:\ in Windows Explorer
> it might still open; Windows virtualises some paths).
> Craig Ringer
Yes it does have, and when I paste in Run dialog
"C:\Program Files" it opens
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