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Old 01-25-2008, 12:11 AM   #1 (permalink)
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I'm having trouble installing the Desktop Software.. it keeps giving me the installer options with all the switches.... does it have to be installed via cmd? Im running the exe off the CD that came with my 8310g

any ideas? i have had a quick search and could not find the exact answer.

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The CD should have a install file if your computer does not do it automatically. Find it and double click on it to get the install started!
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the install starts fine, then once it completes it pops up a window with all the installer options. its weird. ive never seen it before, then i navigate to the program files, and all it has is a readme.. no application files or anything, it has me confused, i have tried exploring the cd, to find the install file but to no avail.
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