#1
Well, I downloaded something.
It's in .iso.
I extracted it all with WinRAR, but the thing is, during the setup, they request the cd to be put in, how the hell do I do that? I know .iso files are cd image files, and that there is a way, but I really can't figure out, any help would be much appreciated!
#2
Get something like PowerISO. It writes an image to the CD then you put the CD back in and its like an install CD
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#3
Use burning software to burn the iso to a cd. If it's a multiple cd program, you need to extract all the iso's to the same folder, so it knows where to look.
#4
-download Daemon Tools
-open DT and select "mount"
-find the iso file and mount it
-the CD should autostart

edit: if it's a game, you're going to need a cracked exe. which you can get at gamecopyworld.com
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#7
yeah it's meant to be read as a disk image, so either burn it to one or get some iso mounters that allows you to simulate a disk.
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