I realized after the fact that Windows 7 doesn’t seem to put much in Program Files, but I didn’t want to move everything and cause some other problem in doing it. And up until DS4, I haven’t had any kind of issues.
Yes, Genesis Essentials is installed in Program files.
Here is the Content Directory Manager. I hope this is what you needed.
There are several things wrong with your listings for DAZ Studio Formats.
1. This entry is only valid if contains DS content directly, not in any sub folder. Since it is the first entry in the list, it will be where DS4 writes the Data folder to. You will need to check that or you may have to redo all of your scenes.
2. That is correct if all of your content is installed to the Content folder, but it should NOT be in Program Files as Jaderail explained.
3. A runtime folder should never be listed, even for Poser Formats. Remove this one.
4. This entry should be in Other Import Formats, I believe that it contains Collada files.
5, Should be OK except for the fact that it is in Program Files
6. Should be removed, already covered by entry 2
7. The data folder should never be listed as a Content folder, it is not necessary.
1. Seems OK, DS4 will pick up the Runtime folder inside Content, and display it in the Content Library tab.
2. Not Needed, remove
The other two entries will work OK if they contain a Runtime folder.
You would really need to move any installed content folders into the Documents are in Win 7. On my system, the My Library folder is located as follows :
C:\Users\<My Username>\Documents\DAZ 3D\Studio\My Library
I strongly suggest that you move everything there, and then you wont have problems loading saved scenes. See what you think of that?