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I'm guessing I just save it as EXE to my deskstop instead of pressing run..correct?
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Either really, its a self-extracting ZIP file, so when you run, just point it where you want the files.
    
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post #23 of 25
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It's no go on the EXE, are you sure an ISO wouldn't work?
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post #24 of 25
Not on the flash drive.

Did you run the EXE? It should have asked where you want to unZIP it.
If nothing else, just get the ZIP
    
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post #25 of 25
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Nvm - I have to format it, do something with syslinux and some other thing lol. And my USB stick isn't a very well known make so it probably doesn't even support booting from it.

I think i'll just wait till morning and get some blank discs from town so I can just burn the ISO image . Rep+ for the help
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