Yes, sorry, I understand that, I made a video as an example of how the application behaves. I went through the steps again, as before, the error indicated exactly the same when installing the standard version of the application. as in the photo, but the portable one behaves like in the video.Yincognito wrote: ↑November 18th, 2023, 6:45 pm Sorry, but you almost certainly did not complete the troubleshooting steps layed out above (or you captured the video at an entirely different time), because according to your own video, you still have a "settings" skin loaded (or at least, trying to load) when Rainmeter is crashing...
The whole point of those steps is to first start with no skins loaded and see if the problem is more serious than a malfunctioning skin (which, as said, is 90% of the time the cause of the crash). Until we can see that clean Rainmeter (with or without the default Illustro skins that are loaded after installation) is crashing, the verdict is going to be that the culprit is one of the skins that still load when Rainmeter starts.
Also, what error do you get when installing normally on the C drive? You shouldn't have to install Rainmeter on your D drive for it to work, that should happen on C as well assuming you do have a typical user account on your Windows system with the typical folder permissions and such.
I went through all the steps again and, unfortunately, the result did not change.
Please tell me what could be wrong(
- crash like a portable one
- error - standard boot