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Thread: Visiter File Browser doesn't recognize my P: drive

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    Visiter File Browser doesn't recognize my P: drive

    My P: drive shows up in the Windows browser and in the paths under Tools > System Preferences in Visiter.
    When I went to import the sat and mask files the drive didn't show up in Visiter's file browser.
    I tried entering the file's location manually in the browser but when I hit enter the program still didn't recognize the drive.

    I didn't check this forum first (there's a sticky that starts "Reading this will save you many headaches" or something).
    Is there a way I can correct this or will I have to reinstall the tools and delete the files?

    ---------- Post added at 08:24 AM ---------- Previous post was at 08:20 AM ----------

    I forgot to mention that I'm following along with this page: http://community.bistudio.com/wiki/M...rrain_Tutorial
    which referred me to Bush's Microterrains which led me here: http://community.bistudio.com/wiki/A...rial#Visitor_3
    I'm at the "Import Satellite & Mask" stage.

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    do u run visitor as admin ??

    if so u shouldnt.. hope that helps.

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    Thanks! That's what was causing the trouble

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