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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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don't have to post in every forum mordi.. this it the 3rd time i've seen this question. go read all the other comments.

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mordi:

Please see my question for you in the Oracle session.  I'll give you the 300 points you offered sriven3 for your analysis comparing Oracle/SQL Server/Sybase.

Thanks.
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If you downloaded from the internet, you should have a directory called "Internet Explorer 4.01 SP1 Setup" somewhere on your PC...
In that directory, there will be a revised version of setup, that uses the other downloaded files in the directory for installation.
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