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If the CD does not Auto-run after placing it in the drive; go to Start -> Run -> Browse -> find the CD or DVD Rom drive by selecting My Computer on the left hand side of the pop-up window. There should be a file named Setup.exe; highlight that file and select Open, and then select OK on the original Run window.

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Put cd in the drive, if autoplay is not enabled (installation did not automatically run), open My Computer then do a right-click on the CD Drive and click AutoPlay.

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