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How to install IE4.01 sp1 from local disk?

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I downloaded the IE 4.01 sp1 from the Microsoft web server to my local disk, to be able to install it later.
Then when i try to install running ie4setup.exe, it goes to the web again to download it again.
How can i install the ie4 from my local downloaded installation?
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Question by:mordi
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sgenther earned 40 total points
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You have to get the IE4.0 CD,the one they put on the web is only an Active setup file that goes out to the web and downloads the brower from Microsoft's(partner) website.
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i gave a comment on your other question which is similar to this one by sgenther. i suggested getting a cdrom from one of those pc magazines which would contain browsers.. probably netscape and lotsa other useful utilities if you wanted.

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