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storing cab files on drive

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During setup, how do I store the cab files on the drive, so I don't need the disks later.
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Check, they may already be there.  Check in c:\windows\options\cabs
If they aren't there, you can simply copy them by selecting the cabs on the CD in windows explorer and drag them into this directory (or any directory of your choosing).
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