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I think it automatically installs on system partition.

AFAIK, there is no way to change or choose installation folder.

I could be wrong though.....

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For now, there is no way to change or choose installation folder.

 

What?! Way not change ?.

if the installer includes shortcut menu line DIR target = D: \ Program Files (x86) \ Emsisoft Anti-Malware or D: / anti-rootkit and begin the installation of which is a partition of the program will be installed to D: /

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I'm talking about "normal" installation that almost all users perform, not the custom one.

I have never seen a window with dialogue that asks you about destination folder.

 

I edited my previous post a little.

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Yes, you are right.

In Help file there is written:

"Advanced users may wish to change the default installation folder used during setup. This can be achieved by using the /DIR parameter. For example /DIR="c:\My Folder\Emsisoft Anti-Malware" or /DIR="c:\My Folder\Emsisoft Internet Security""

 

I'm not sure if this relies only on different folder on C: partition or can be done with the line /DIR="D:\My Folder\Emsisoft Anti-Malware" as well.

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You can install EAM wherever you want, partition or folder does not matter.

Just add the complete path after /DIR=

 

Note: You have to use doublequotes " if there is a space between characters in the path.

 

A few examples:

 

/DIR="D.\Program Files\EAM"

 

/DIR="E:\PROGRAMS\EMSISOFT ANTIMALWARE"

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Thanks to all. It works very well. Just create a shortcut in EmsisoftAntiMalwareSetup.exe and enter the place of installation: EmsisoftAntiMalwareSetup.exe / dir = "D: \ Program \ folder Emsisoft Anti-Malware"

Thanks for help.

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