|−|Some users have experienced issues with installing the Student Version of SPSS 16 on Windows 7. To do so, please complete the following steps. |+|
SPSS . .
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|−|#Insert the Disc into the DVD drive |+|
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|−|#Press the start button, and type cmd in the search box and press enter – this will bring up the Command prompt (a black window with white text). |+|
|−|#Go to the DVD drive by typing " D:" without the quotes. (if the DVD drive is D, else use the drive letter, which can be viewed under Computer) |+|
|−|#Go to the Setup folder by typing: cd SPSS |+|
|−|#Then, after the D:\SPSS> type: setup. exe -silent |+|
|−|#The only indications that this process is happening will be User Account Control asking you to proceed, and then when the installation is complete, the command prompt will return to #D:\SPSS> |+|
|−|[[category:ResNet]][[category:Student Resources]] |+|
Latest revision as of 10:05, 16 January 2018
Our site license from IBM for SPSS only covers computers that ASU owns. This can not be installed on personally owned computers.
For students requesting SPSS, we recommend a software called "SPSS Grad Pack" which can be purchased or leased from a variety of different vendors.