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I have downloaded a file with the extension

  1. .EXE or .exe
  2. .ZIP or .zip
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

Executable installer instructions
*Before following the instructions, please read the disclaimer at the bottom of the page

  1. Go to the start button
  2. Click start
  3. click settings
  4. click Control Panel
  5. click Add/Remove Programs
  6. Click Install
  7. Choose next
  8. Choose browse
  9. use this feature as you would in explorer to show the computer where the downloaded file is located
  10. click finish
 
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Zip file instructions
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The best advice I can offer for this filetype is to download and install a copy of Winzip available here. After downloading and following the instructions for type exe files, proceed with the instructions below:
 

  1. Locate the file in Explorer
  2. Dbl-click the icon to open it
  3. If install is an option in the Winzip window, click install
  4. If install is NOT an option choose extract
  5. Choose New folder, name it whatever you choose.
  6. Make sure "All Files" has a dot beside it
  7. Make sure there is a checkmark beside Use Folder Names
  8. Click Extract
  9. When the action is complete, use the instructions for type exe files to finish
  10. If this will not work there should be a file in the new folder entitled Readme or readfirst or something along these lines to give you more information on the proper way to install your program along with some idea of the necessary expertise required to do so.
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