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So there is no 7zip right click option ?

In that case run 7zip
In the browse window select the ISO and then click extract
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Let me just get it straight first in case I mess things up. I have the first 3 links copied to the desktop so that's
OTLPEStd
eeepcfr(1)
7z465 (7-zip)
When I right click them all, none of them show 7-zip. Th e eeepcfr has extract but the others don't.
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Have you installed 7zip ?
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I thought i had-that last one is isn't it? Shall I do it again? Was it removed when we removed the websearch thing that came with it? I don't want to accidentally download THAT again!
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OK lets use a different unzipper, I use peazip and it does not install anything additional if you follow the steps below

Downlaod Peazip to the desktop
Run and install the programme
As it installs this page will show, deselect the AVG ticks
Press decline and it will then install cleanly
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Then double click the OTLPE.Iso
And Peazip will open it
At the top select extract all to...
In the dialogue select desktop
It will create the OTLPE folder

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The go to this step and continue :
Go to C:\eeecpfr and double-click usb_prep8.cmd to launch it.
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Downloaded Peazip but can't find OTLPE.Iso....did I get this yet? Sorry I fall at every turn-very frustrating all round!
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Right click OTLPEstd.exe and select Peazip > Open as Archive
A folder will Open
Select OTLPE_New.Std.ISO
Then select extract to your desktop

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Your ISO file is now ready to be opened
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Just did it but didn't save into one folder, (because I am an idiot,)so it went to my desktop as separate bits. Is that ok or shall I do it again?
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Just move all the bits into one folder so that eeepcfr can gather them together
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Ok I have put them in the folder. What do I do next? (I am completely lost now!)

Edited by kittyk, 15 November 2012 - 05:58 PM.

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You should now be at this stage



[*]Please also decompress eeepcfr to your systemroot (usually C:\).

[*] Empty the flash drive you want to install OTLPE on.

[*] Go to C:\eeecpfr and double-click usb_prep8.cmd to launch it.

[*] Press any key when asked to in the black window that opens.

[*]As indicated in the image, make sure you have selected the correct flash drive, before proceeding.
For Drive Label: type in OTLPE.
Under Source Path to built BartPE/WinPE Files click ... and select the folder OTLPE that you created on your Desktop.
Finally check Enable File Copy.

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[*]Click on Start, accept the disclaimers and wait for the program to finish.
[/list]Your bootable flash drive should now be ready!
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You keep forgetting that I am an idiot! :-) How do I do decompress to my systemroot and how will I know if it is C:\ ?
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No not an idiot at all,, Never ask me to do a ballet dance :rofl:

OK with the eeecpfr folder .. Right click and select Peazip to open it with
Once peazip has opened it then select extract all to the C:Drive

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Do a dance! :)
So, it came up differently-EVERYTHING comes up differently! I took a punt as it offered me my computer and located it there. And clicked. that's where I'm at now.
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Ok within that folder now double-click usb_prep8.cmd to start the process of creating a bootable USB drive
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