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http://otn.oracle.com/software/products/oracle9i/htdocs/winsoft.html

look at this link i want to install for my personal use at home which one shoudl i download
There are three files do i need to download all?
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yes you will have to...follow the instructions given in the site,in downloading ,unzipping andf installting

Good Luck !!!
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File size is too large

Oracle9i Database Release 2 Client for Microsoft Windows 98/2000/NT/XP
   92010NT_CLT.zip (625,543,653 bytes)

what is this file can i downlaod this one instead of three big files?
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catchmeifuwant earned 30 total points
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IMHO you need all the files for successful installation.You have to download all 3 !!!
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thanx but i don;t have that much of space.
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