Do you have an external camera or built-in?
If it is built in, what is the OEM and model?
Also, did you upgrade to Windows 10 or did you do a fresh install?
And last question, did you try to change the default location for the installation?
I have the same issue. Creative F200. I don't have a fresh install of Windows 10, but the older versions installed just fine. I have 100 Gigs free, but installer shows 0.0B free. It's a 500Gb SSD single C: drive installing to default location... nothing fancy.
Looks like there is a workaround in the developers forum. Please check this thread: https://software.intel.com/en-us/forums/topic/564292
Quoting the best reply:
installer for DCM 1.4 definitely has a bug, but for anyone else running into this problem, I found a workaround to get it installed.
- Run intel_rs_dcm_f200_126.96.36.199425.exe
- The installer will extract it's contents to your temporary files folder. The path for mine was:
The last part of the path is random, so just find it by sorting by the Last Modified column.
- Inside that directory, navigate to /Plugins/FWUpdateF200.
- Open an administrative command prompt window and run the following:
This will update your camera's firmware.
- Now enter the following command to go to the installations directory:
- For every .msi file in that directory that starts with "intel_rs_sdk_runtime", run the following command:
Complicated, but it worked for me. Good luck!
Try it and let us know.
Something else to try:
Remove manually file C:\Program Files (x86)\Intel\RSDCM and try performing installation again.
I found the RSDCM folder in the x86 folder was a 0 byte file instead of a folder, deleting it fixed it. Installer should probably look for this.