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Saving IE6 to CDROM

By DanielLee ·
Hi,
I do computer work for a living, I frequently have to reformat hard drives and I want a way to save the IE6 I have on my computer and the updates to a CDROM so I don't have to re download it every time I want it. I know I can order it but I amlining in Mexico and so far it hasn't made it here and probably never will.

I would also like to find a way to save the updates for Windows 98 SE to CDRom so I don't have to download those every time as well.

Does anyone have the informationor know where I can get the information I am looking for?

Thank you in advance,

Daniel

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by dmiles In reply to Saving IE6 to CDROM

The info is available the following site:

www.microsoft.com/ms.htm

The cd offer is only available in the US and Canada,at a cost of $10
The number to use is 1-800-642-7676

Go to the Windows update wb page to see info on the downloads for Windows 98 SE,there is also info on a Resorce Kit that can be ordered

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by TheChas In reply to Saving IE6 to CDROM

Daniel, I do this myself all the time.

Next time you download IE, select the advanced options, and choose save files locally.
Make sure that you select all of the options you may need, and download the files.

Then, burn them to a CD.
Note: you need at least 3 different copies of IE6 if you support different operating systems. (w98, Me, NT, W2K)

As to the updates, you can get most of them from the download page at Microsoft.
Choose W98, and Windows 98 from the selection boxes.

If you run Windows update, clicking on more inmformation usually brings a link to a technical note on the update that includes a download link.

Just save the files, and burn them onto CDs as needed.

Chas

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