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Here's the outline of my problem.

I have recently bought a wireless printer for the household,and it is excellent, was really simple to set up. You simply insert the disk and follow the instructions on each computer in the house...except my sister has a netbook, with no CD drive.

Is there software that will enable me to rip the contents of the disk onto an external device such as a datapen and run the setup on her computer this way?

Thanks for reading.

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You don't need software.
Plug a pen drive into a computer with a CD drive and copy the contents of the drive to said stick. Windows will do this.
Then just take it to the netbook and sun the Setup program yourself.
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