Okay, I downloaded a DVD ISO Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas. I mounted the image on a virtual drive, and the disc autoran. Then I installed the game, and let it go for a while, the progress bar halted at about 3/4 of the way through, and realized it wasnt going anywhere. I hit "cancel" thinking that I could cancel the installation, but no, it froze up. So I had to end the setup task, but then explorer also got retarded, and froze, forcing me to hard boot the computer. When I booted up, I immediately wanted to unmount the image, but instead I would get some error noise and a window that said something to the extent of "A software has locked the device". And I could not unmount the image, I tried retarting again, but it wouldnt let me unmount it. So I had to go into Alcohol 120% and remove the virtual drive. And then reapply it. And then the image dissappeared from the drive miraculously. So then I tried to uninstall what had been installed of San Andreas, only to find that it was going to be a fuck and not let me. So I went in and deleted the start menu entrees, desktop icon, program files, and then scanned the registry three times for illegitimate registry entrees. Deleted those, and then noticed that there was no uninstall entry, so I didnt have to remove it. Then I restarted, only to mount the image and see "Play grand theft Auto San Andreas!" How the hell do i get this not to do this? Maybe I could just go into the DVD ISO and run the install exe again?
The installation "stops" when it says it is installing the audio, and I read that the audio is on one giant track, so maybe it just takes a long time to install that. Maybe it didnt stop at all, so I am waiting right now to see if it will go any further after the Audio is installing..
It just stays there for a long long time. Just, I need maybe as a first step to know how to uninstall it, so that when the disc autoruns, it doesnt say "PLAY NOW!" or whatever instead of "Install!"..