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    hi i wonder if you can help i 've just downloaded flight simulater 2002

    from kazaa how do i install the program .i'm new to all this so if you can explain to

    me in detail it would be a great help

    thanks :helpsmile:

  2. Software & Hardware   -   #2
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    What kind of file is it?

    .exe - just find it and double click it.
    .zip - needs to be unzipped using winrar, winzip, or one of the bazillion freeware zip utils. Usually contains a .exe which you run after unzipping it.
    .iso - CD image. You need to get hold of 'Nero' and burn the ISO to a CD. you then install the game from the CD. probably the most common type now.
    .rar - see .zip

  3. Software & Hardware   -   #3
    First scan the file with a antivirus if you have one.

  4. Software & Hardware   -   #4
    all i know it's a zip file i've looked through it and can't find any .exe

  5. Software & Hardware   -   #5
    What do you find?How many files are inside the zip ?

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    Well, what files does the zip contain?

    .iso? .bin? theres not much anyone can do for you without specific infomation, you know. -_-

  7. Software & Hardware   -   #7
    i unzipped the file opened it up

    inside was a folder with data on it

    application with 4 dos

    11 files with .mve

    3 files freespace 2

    1 patch32.dll

    1 pxo

    8 .vp

    1 unpack

    1 msdos unpack

    1 wunpack

    does this help

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    .vp - freespace archive,
    .mve - interplay video archive
    .dll - dynamic link library

    i dont recognise pxo, but i think you want to try running wunpack (im assuming its a program, since you havn't given the .*** extension). I.E, extract all files to a new folder, then run wunpack.

    i think.

  9. Software & Hardware   -   #9
    i tried running wunpack all that happens is a small black window appears then dissapears

  10. Software & Hardware   -   #10
    How big was the downloaded zip file?
    Did you follow sharedholder's advice:
    First scan the file with a antivirus if you have one

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