My boss went on a 'deleting essential programs' spree on his computer recently, and deleted the software which allows him to scan from his Brother MFC-7440 printer.
When I attempt to reinstall the ControlCenter3 software (via downloaded .exe on the C: drive), it tells me there is not enough disc space available to complete the 67MB installation. Rest assured, the C: drive has over 400GB available. The installer states that the destination drive has 0MB free, so it must be pointing to the DVD drive or some non-existent external drive.
The problem is that the program never asks for a destination. I have no way to tell it "install to C:, damnit!". It defaults to, and allows for no destination other than, this 0MB-free mystery drive.
Is there any way to get it pointing at the right drive?
I have done my diligence in scouring the internet for similar problems and have attempted several proposed solutions, including purging the computer and the registry of all Brother-related data, disabling/enabling and plugging/unplugging all disc drives and external drives that are in some degree of use, and a few other things I'm sure I have forgotten.
Save me, Internet!