Date: Tue, 18 Mar 2008 20:43:22 -0700
Reply-To: Fei <joey_qf@163.COM>
Sender: "SAS(r) Discussion" <SAS-L@LISTSERV.UGA.EDU>
From: Fei <joey_qf@163.COM>
Subject: Re: Help - cannot install SAS
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Thank you all, so much!
I firmly believe that I have the right setinit file, as only one text
file (ultimately it is the license) is available in the disc. I also
have checked the text file itself, which shows the expire date is June
2008. Moreover, I use the same instruction to install SAS in another's
desktop, and it is installed successfully. Therefore, I would have
used a right path to point to the right setinit file.
I have noticed that when I run verifying system requirement for SAS,
and only one file, JAVA environment, is installed in my laptop, while
two are installed in another's desktop. Would it be a problem? But,
why does SAS still verify my system for system requirement?
I have uninstalled SAS for a number of times, and nothing happens. I
also have tried to renew license using SAS utility, but it shows that
something like, no log file is created....
My license is under my uni's.....not sure if I can get support! I
believe there may be something lack in my laptop, but I do not know