Stand Alone Installation
A single user DADiSP license supports Microsoft Windows 64-bit or 32-bit.
DADiSP typically requires less than 40.0 MB of disk space for installation.
A single user, stand alone installation of DADiSP is a two step process:
- Media Installation
- Password File Authorization
To install DADiSP from your installation media (typically a CDROM or
web download), run the SETUP program from the Start button.
Select the RUN option and type:
where D:\ is the name of the drive with the installation media
or the location of SETUP.EXE.
The SETUP installation program will prompt you for the destination drive
and directory. The default directory is \Program Files\DSP67.
The installer automatically registers .dsp .mac, .men, .hed, .pan, .tab
and .spl file extensions. This allows NotePad to treat these files as
The installer also registers the various ActiveX capabilities of
Your version of DADiSP may require an authorization password for your
particular machine. A Password Request Form will be displayed after
installation or when you first run DADiSP. To obtain your authorization password, contact DSP
via Web, Email or FAX with your Password Request Form.
Once you have obtained your password, simply run DADiSP and enter the
password in the displayed dialog box.
Note for Vista/7/8/10 Users:
The password procedure automatically
creates a license file in a secure folder. However, if your system does not accept
your password, try running DADiSP as Administrator. Right click the
DADiSP icon and select Run as Administrator
then enter the
password in the displayed dialog box. You do not need to run DADiSP as
Administrator once your password is accepted.
- Start MS Windows
- Click on the DADiSP icon in the START menu.
The self-running demonstration presents a variety of topics and features
offered by DADiSP. The demonstration runs in DADiSP itself and provides
a quick overview of the capabilities of DADiSP. To run the demonstration:
- Start DADiSP
- Select the Help » Demo/Tutorial menu option.
The demonstration will display a number of options regarding DADiSP usage and