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Prevent installation of Error Recovery Guide

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I am installing the Fujitsu fi-6230 Isis drivers and keep getting the Error Recovery Guide installed even when it isn't selected.  I know how to get rid of it, but is there some way to prevent it from installing in the first place?
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I have answered the question.  For anyone else out there, this is what appears to be going on:
In my case, I have a file called isis_080228.exe.  Double-clicking this file extracts the installation files to a folder named Disk1.  I have been using the setup.exe file located in Disk1 to install the Isis drivers.  However, the subfolder named Sub contains the actual isis driver setup.  Running this particular setup does not launch two processes (which were ultimately interfering with what I was trying to do) or install the Error Recovery Guide.

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