I think he's actually asking whether he can install Mandrake from the isos while he's on his Windows system.
I don't think that's possible, though, I may not be fully qualified to say for sure. I think that you may have to do it the traditional way by burning the files to a disk and rebooting and then installing.
Well, you may be able to manage burning just one cd and installing Mandrake very minimally and the mount(as said above by the other person) the other two cds and installing more packages from there. Though, at that point, you will probably be able to install all the software from a repository.
On the other hand, if you burn all the cds, you can also lend them to friends.
Last edited by PhuckFonix; 04-03-2005 at 11:12 AM.