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I have a .CAB file for an old program (circa 2002)

By mikesturdevant ·
Tags: Windows, Software
My company uses a barcode verifier (QC890) from Honeywell that has long since gone out of use. The software that actually lets the tool work is called QuickCheck Image Data. We're attempting to move the program from an ancient laptop to a new one without the install CD. I was able to obtain the program from Honeywell, but it is a .CAB file. I have no idea how to make this work. I have tried extracting the files using 7zip to no avail, and I have also tried using an elevated command prompt (basically the only thing google said to do). Does anyone have any advice on how to make this work? In case you're curious, the download is at https://support.honeywellaidc.com/s/article/What-operating-systems-does-the-Quick-Check-Image-Data-software-support.
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A few ideas.

by rproffitt Moderator In reply to I have a .CAB file for an ...

1. PCMOVER writes:
"Will PCmover transfer programs?
Use PCmover to automatically transfer all your selected programs, files and settings from your old PC to your new one. Just install PCmover on both of your computers and use the Wizard to start transferring everything you want to your new PC."

Remember I take it this is a real request for a mission critical item that you will spend a few hundred bucks to save. Sometimes I run into clients that were trying to fix it for free.

2. Try the ideas at https://www.google.com/search?&q=install+from+a+cab+file

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