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Old 11-11-2009, 05:16 AM   #16
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Originally Posted by sycamorex View Post
They are not winzip, they are iso, the problem is that your OS associates .iso with a winzip software. As I wrote before, open your iso-burner program and from the program's menu, open your iso file to be burned to CD/DVD.
and ericTRA________ are correct , the winzip files are iso files...god, why is it that windows cannot get things right...i have the 64bit version of windows 7, and still no adope flash for 64 bit, they say its coming by years end..what the heck they been to use firefox for flash program..which i quess is not big deal.

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