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FAQ ID # 284
Manually starting the CD installation program
Last Update : 2021/04/22
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How to manually start the CD installation program

Answer / Solution

The installation CDs for Buzz Tools software products are set to automatically start the installation program when the CD is inserted into a computer drive. However, some current versions of Windows disables the auto run feature. If you insert the CD into your computer and it doesn't automatically start the installation CD browser, then you will need to start it manually.

  1. Using Windows Explorer, navigate to the CD-ROM or DVD drive where the installation CD is located.
  2. Look for a setup application in the root folder to launch the installation CD browser or alternatively, navigate to the sub-folder for your software to directly install the software without the benefit of the installation CD browser. Note: The setup program may not display the extension "exe" - to identify which is the correct file, look for "application" in the file type column when making your selection.
  3. Double click on the setup program to start the program installation. On some operating systems, you may need to right-click the application and choose "Run as Administrator" from the pop-up context menu.
  4. The installation CD browser should now open and you should proceed with your installation as instructed in your user's guide.

If you are unable to install from the installation CD, you can always download and install the trial version of the software and authorize it with the serial number/key codes provided with your software. The software is the same as the software provided in your software kit. Use the link below to navigate to the software download page.

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