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winxp.iso.exe & iso burn - 11/11/2001 9:16:33 PM   
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Hello !
I`ve just downloaded the winxp.iso.exe but how can I install it?
Does it have anything to do with iso burn?
Thxs !

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RE: winxp.iso.exe & iso burn - 11/11/2001 9:39:26 PM   
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rename the file to winxp.iso and burn it with discjuggler or almost any other mastering software.

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RE: winxp.iso.exe & iso burn - 11/12/2001 2:02:46 AM   
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And then?
How do I run that .iso cd-r?
Thanx !


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RE: winxp.iso.exe & iso burn - 11/12/2001 5:29:36 AM   
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after you burn the iso to disk you will have a copy of windows xp. put it in the drive and it will autorun.

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RE: winxp.iso.exe & iso burn - 11/17/2001 4:37:30 PM   
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i have same trouble with iso.exe... it isn't recognized as an image because it has the .exe extension. Even if you rename it to winxp.iso , the file extension is still .exe .It is an application , I assume but how do you run it?


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RE: winxp.iso.exe & iso burn - 11/17/2001 5:04:26 PM   
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quote:

i have same trouble with iso.exe... it isn't recognized as an image because it has the .exe extension. Even if you rename it to winxp.iso , the file extension is still .exe .It is an application , I assume but how do you run it?

sounds like your system is setup to hide file extensions. go into view options and change it. if you rename it and the extension is still exe then you didn't rename it.

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