There is a known problem with DDClip 2.23 setup program under Windows 2000/XP.
You won't be able to install DDClip Free 2.23 under Windows 2000/XP to a logical drive on your hard disk (for example "C:", "D:" etc.) that is very large (typically with free space over 2 Gb) - you will get an error message "Invalid destination drive".
If you want to install and use DDClip Free 2.23 under Windows 2000/XP, you must install it to any other logical drive with less capacity and free space.
This problem has occurred for me and the only other drive I have is a floppy drive. (which didn't work either) Since it said "free space over 2 Gb," I was wondering if filling up the rest of my hard drive would be sufficient to get around this problem. If so, what would be a quick way to fill up space on my C drive?
If you know of any other solution to the problem, I'd be happy to try it instead.
In case you are wondering, I've had an idea for an AMV, but I don't really want to invest any money in a project that I might only do once. Windows Movie Maker did not download with update like the website said it would, so I am trying the only other free software I've seen someone on this board say anything good about.