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Installshield 3 Help (maybe)

I need to go back and install an application that is using Installshield 3. I've tried installing it on a NT4 (VM), a windows 2000, and XP and all produce the same error on file Setup.INS. The script was created using installshield3. Recompile the script using Installshield SDK. I am not a developer. I've been trying to find an answer on google for about 12 hours. Other than finding that Installshield was sold twice in the last 8 years (I think) I have gained little else. The Setup.INS file has a date of 8/20/1999. What do I need to do to install this app? Thanks in advance for your answers.

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I didn't get a solution but the project was dropped. I don't have to do this install.

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