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Windows 7: Modifying .ini files

01 Nov 2009   #1
saverio

Windows 7 Professional 64bit
 
 
Modifying .ini files

Hi All,

I was wondering if anyone could help me?

I have a program which comes on two DVD's (app on first - documentation for help system on second)

I'd like to install the program with a USB key, and I have copied all the contents of both discs onto a suitable 8gb key. However -

after the app finished installing, it asks for DVD 2 rather than installing the dvd from the usb key.

Is there any way I can get it to see the second dvd's files on the USB key? I have been told that it is to do with the way the .ini files are configured.

So I'd like to ask, how do I modify the said file in order to allow me to install from a usb or custom iso from the original DVD media?

many thanks in advance.


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01 Nov 2009   #2
aem

Windows 7 Ultimate 64Bit
 
 

Show us the what's in the .ini file.
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01 Nov 2009   #3
Snufffed

 

If it like some programs
you have to make a folder with name of 1st DVD.
then make a folder with name of 2nd DVD.
then copy all the files from both DVDs to the USB. NOT IN THE FOLDERS.
sample; USB
folder= dvd#1
folder= dvd#2
files from ea dvd here.
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02 Nov 2009   #4
saverio

Windows 7 Professional 64bit
 
 

Snuffy, mny thanks to you, so let me get this straight, just copy all of the contents of each dvd onto the usb key, and just label a folder on the key with the name of the dvd as it mounts in windows explorer - but just leave them empty?

aem - I'll get a snapshot of the .ini file and post asap.
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