AN .iso is just a type of compressed file archive. Extract it with something like WinRAR exactly as you would a .zip, .rar, or other archive. Then run setup.exe from the unpacked directory.
Jared On 4/1/2009 9:45 PM, tribble wrote:
how do you extract from an ISO? Is that what UltraISO is supposed to do? Setup.exe is only one of the files in the ISO -- there is an inf file that supposedly runs when the disk is inserted into the drive. I haven't fired up UltraISO since I bought it more than a month ago -- I did what I needed to do (or so I thought) and then let it sit. Ok I remember -- I wanted to burn the dvd so I could install the software on other laptops. Wouldn't you know the buggy drive is on my main machine. Thanks Ty -- I confess I'm a little impatient with windows apps. Compared to the unix/linux stuff I was used to as a student, windows is one big straight jacket. Take care. --le ----- Original Message ----- From: "Tyler Littlefield"<tyler@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> To:<programmingblind@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> Sent: Wednesday, April 01, 2009 8:27 PM Subject: Re: installation questions laura, You can just extract the files and run setup.exe Thanks, Tyler Littlefield Web: tysdomain.com email: tyler@xxxxxxxxxxxxx My programs don't have bugs, they're called randomly added features. ----- Original Message ----- From: "tribble"<lauraeaves@xxxxxxxxx> To: "bprogramming"<programmingblind@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> Sent: Wednesday, April 01, 2009 6:39 PM Subject: installation questionsHi all -- I'm a bit behind here, but I blame it on computer constraints... I have now moved the more voluminous files off my main hard drive and so can concentrate more on setting up Visual Studio. My question is: I downloaded the .ISO file containing VS express version from Microsoft about a month ago, but due to a defect in my laptop's DVD burner, I could not burn the ISO to disk. There are 5 files waiting to be written. Nevertheless, I went ahead and installed it anyway to see what would happen. I got Visual C# and C++ with no complaints, but I am concerned those 5 files are important. UltraISO creates an e: drive containing the virtual image of the ISO. I have no idea what is going on under the table during the installation process. Does the software actually install those missing 5 files as if they were on the disk? (After all, they are in a known place on the hard drive...) Details, details... Am I in for an unpleasant surprise if I run VS without doing something? If so, how can I avoid it? This laptop has been a gem, but I have run into problems before with this DVD drive. I can't even play some music CDs in it because the scanner won't go all the way to the edge of the disk. I should have known that the big rebate I got when I bought this thing was too good to be true -- I got what I paid for... Ideas welcome. Thanks. --le __________ View the list's information and change your settings at http://www.freelists.org/list/programmingblind__________ View the list's information and change your settings at http://www.freelists.org/list/programmingblind __________ View the list's information and change your settings at http://www.freelists.org/list/programmingblind