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Alternative Installation - NT

Individual files can also be extracted from the SETUP.EXE file using WINZIP or other ZIP tools.

To run from diskettes: First extract the files using PKUNZIP/ WINZIP with the -d option (which preserves the directory structure), or equivalent program, to an (empty) temporary directory. (This must be a recent version of the zip tool.) Note that files are stored in disk1, disk2 etc subdirectories within the zip file. If necessary, the files in each subdirectory could be copied to diskettes and used that way as installation media. In this case, the SETUP.EXE program would be run from disk1.

You could also unzip all the files into a directory on a hard drive (keeping files in separate disk1, disk2, etc subdirectories) and run disk1\SETUP.EXE from there. (This is effectively what running SETUP.EXE does to a temporary directory, except that the files are deleted when setup completes.)