I couldn't try it out by putting the PDL folder into a different drive, but I tried placing it into a custom location in my C:/ drive to see if things break.
Everything works for me though.
It might be a problem with the drive you are using. These are some of the questions I have regarding the "I:/" drive you have mentioned.
- Is it on a network?
- Are you using your account as Admin and have access to that drive?
- Can you try running command prompt as administrator to see if things work?
Please copy the entire log and attach it here if the issue persists. It will give us more insight into the issue.
- Is it on a network? No. It is a local hard disk
- Are you using your account as Admin and have access to that drive? Yes. I am the admin. I have admin rights and privileges
- Can you try running command prompt as administrator to see if things work? I did and it failed too from both Command prompt and PowerShell
It just worked out when I placed the PDL folder directly in I:/PDL/3.1.0. It is strange. I will dig deeper into that issue.
Thanks for your support