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The download button on the SDK changelog popup window doesn't even work for me. You can download the SDK from the help menu, but it's broken into "Core" and "Documentation" installers now. A launcher is no longer used, so it doesn't seem that installation path can be changed.I just need to install the SDK in my D drive so I need to select this but the browse button is greyed out. We had a similar thing when an Options button was used to enable selection of location, many people missed this. .?
Seems strange as the installer discusses having disk space and choosing where to put it!The SDK is now in 2 parts. MSFS_SDK_Documentation_Installer and MSFS_SDK_Core_Installer. I'm not sure you get a choice where to put these inastallations. Mine ended up on my C: drive in the root folder... bad idea.
There is a post on the MSFS forums which gives details how to change the install path. Basically, you call msiexec and parse the install directory as one of the parameters.
msiexec /i "path_to_.msi file" INSTALLDIR="path_to_install_directory" /qb
msiexec /i "T:\MSFS_SDK_Core_Installer_0.14.0.0.msi" INSTALLDIR="T:\MSFS SDK" /qb
See post in this thread:
Disclaimer: I haven't tried this myself.
msiexec /i "c:\Users\Admin\Downloads\MSFS_SDK_Core_Installer_0.14.0.0.msi" INSTALLDIR="D:\MSFS SDK 0_14_0_0\" /qb msiexec /i "c:\Users\Admin\Downloads\MSFS_SDK_Documentation_Installer_0.14.0.0.msi" INSTALLDIR="D:\MSFS SDK 0_14_0_0\Documentation\" /qb
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