Hi, Darryl:

Normally, you should not need to "unzip" or otherwise mess with the downloaded images.

When you downloaded the image of the CD or DVD, did it come down as a ".bin" file? If so, just rename ".bin" to ".iso" and then you can use pretty much any CD-burning software to burn it on a CD (or DVD).

HTH,

Mark S. Waterbury

> On 4/9/2011 10:48 PM, Darryl Freinkel wrote:
Has anyone done this before.



I have a damaged CD and had to download a new copy which went very well.
However, I have not found instructions on how to unzip and load the images.



I have done what I know, but I do not know which files should go with which
entry (CD).



I am installing an upgrade to V5R4.



I am also experience problems with getting the agreements accepted. I
completed this earlier, but still get the stop. I am unable to proceed.



I am trying to avoid burning more CD's. The virtual optical drive is so much
more convenient to use.



Does anyone have links to locating install instructions after downloading
the images.



Thanks



Darryl Freinkel

Assignment 400 Group, Inc.

Tel: 770.321.8562 ext 111 | Fax 770.321.8562 | 2247 La Salle Dr, Marietta
GA, 30062, USA | PO Box 72556, Marietta, GA 30007-2556




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