Thanks for the reply. We didn’t have time to deal with it until now. We downloaded the latest release of the installer and tried again. Same bug.
Unfortunately, we don’t have any installation log since it doesn’t complete the installation. There’s no way to fool the installer placing a html to find, because this tmp folder is created by the installer every time with an everchanging name.
We have successfully installed our copy of Rhino 5 in other computers of our lab. The only difference is that in this one, the DVD driver is not working, so we’re downloading the installer.
It looks like the downloaded installer have a different procedure for the selection of language documentation (probably, getting OS language instead of asking the user). Maybe it has change in latest releases, but is wrong to look for a documentation in an unsupported language and not offering any alternative.
I don’t think that the solution for this should be to translate the entire documentation to Portuguese. Not that this is not important (probably it is for others, but we work with most software’s UI in English), but instead to go back to the old procedure of asking the user for a prefered language to install.