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It helped a lot actually. But when I plugged it into my computer, there isn't a SETUP folder. There are only A-D folder and a Playlist folder. help?? again??
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  • Anonymous Jun 11, 2008

    i have the rca RP5120 and for some reason we dont have the setup. is there anyway you can email it to me? my email address is shana27_2007@yahoo.com thanks.

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Hmmm, it may have been deleted. I can send you a copy of the setup program for the 5120 through e-mail if you wish.

Send me a valid address and I'll have the file on it's way.

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1> the installation is limited to a single partition.

2> you cannot specify third-party drivers during Setup Prepare For an Unattended Installation:

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Add a [Data] section with the following entries to the unattended answer file:
Unattended Install=Yes - Value must be set to "yes"
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Change the boot order in the CMOS so that the CD-ROM is first in the list.
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