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I have a programe on a disc but when i load it in my computer it brings up the import these pictures menu, how do i manually load it?

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Goto "my computer" -> right click on CD drive/DVD drive icon and select open. you will find all the contents present in the CD. Browse to appropriate folder where your program is located and run its setup.exe file to start installation. this is how you can do it manually. I hope this solves your problem.

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Try this. The issue could be you have the drive set to auto play pictures ,that's why the import menu.Go to My Computer , right click the drive that the CD is in,select properties,,auto play ..select mixed content...Take no action. apply.close.Now load cd double click on drive files should be there click on install to istall program.Also you can have someone or use another computer to copy the program on flashdrive or usb,then run on your machine.Good Luck

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