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problems extracting Disk1.zip

problems extracting Disk1.zip

problems extracting Disk1.zip

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I am having a problem extracting The disk1.zip file when i try to extract the file i get a message asking me to insert the last disk of the multi disk set. Any help.

RE: problems extracting Disk1.zip

Dear mistymorning,

The instructions on my website suggest that you create 1 folder and then IN that folder you create a folder called Disk1 and then extract the zip file into that folder and then do a similar process with all the other zip files (into folders called Disk2 Disk3.....etc) and then install it starting in the Disk1 folder, if you follow those instructions it should work perfectly.
Follow the instructions for installing the program to the letter or you will give yourself a headache trying to get it to work (which it won't) in XP and Vista the only way to get it to work is to install it the way I have described on that page or here at Tek-Tips on this page: FAQ807-7112: What works with Vista

  

Regards Jim
Check the FAQ area of this Forum for answers (If there are any FAQs!) , it could save you a lot of time and effort! Good Luck!

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