PLEASE read the following message from an APBA client:
“I encountered an interesting problem while installing the 2012 disk. It’s a Windows issue that will apparently only affect users in the Pacific Time zone (or farther west).
Windows 7 (probably other versions too) uses local time to display the time stamp for files. If a file was created at 3 PM Eastern Time, it will display as 12 noon on a Pacific Time computer.
The data files on the 2012 disk appear to have been timestamped 2:00 AM Eastern Time on 12/6/2012. The T12.ini file shows a matching date of 12/06/12 for the files on the disk.
As a Pacific Time user, the timestamp for the 2012 data files displays on my computer as 11:00 PM on 12/5/2012. This creates a mismatch with the ini. The result is that the disk installer in 5.75 does not find a date match in the T12.ini and wants to call the disk U-2012, instead of the normal 2012.
One workaround for this is to copy the 2012 CD contents into a folder on your C: drive (which I always do anyway) and edit the dates in the T12.ini to 12/05/2012. Make a backup copy of the original ini in case you need it in the future.
Use the C: drive version to install the disk. With the corrected ini, the installer will default to 2012 as the disk name. Not a big deal, but this may be helpful to other West Coasters.”