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It gave me a whole list of choices and told me to pick an option....I can't copy it to show you.....
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Which ones are you unsure of

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In the top select your USB drive if it is not already selected
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It doesn't appear anything like that-sorry to keep being a fool at every single instruction but it comes up completely different to that-it won't let me copy it to show you
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OK lets see if we can use a different programme to create the USB drive

Please go here and let me know if the instructions are straightforward.. If so we will use that
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The instructions are straightforward-it is just when I put them into action, it comes up completely different to what I am expecting. I am excellent at following instructions in 'normal' life :(
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OK lets try that one then

Download Iso to USB
Install the programme
Ensure there is a USB drive inserted
Place a tick in the bootable box
Use the browse button to locate the OTLPE.iso file
Press Burn
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Well that seemed dead easy until I tried to locate the OTLPE.Net.Iso file. What the...? What did I do with it? You probably cannot answer this question!
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The ISO was the one you extracted from OTLPE.exe using peazip

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I know but I couldn't find it! I'm looking on a small screen so can't quite see the screenshot you've posted. Am I still looking for it being called OTPLE-Net-Iso? Or something else?

Edited by kittyk, 17 November 2012 - 08:41 AM.

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It will be called OTLPE_New_std.ISO
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That's what I meant-I wrote that first then edited it as I was distracted! Please bear with me-is it the folder with Autorun, WIN51IP reattogomenu etc in it....that I renamed?
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No you want the entire folder of OTLPE on the desktop so use peazip to extract just that folder to the desktop
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I thought I did that. Oh dear. I do not know what I'm doing now. This must be absolutely exasperating for you. I am actually driving MYSELF mad.
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So I have to do it all again? How? Which procedure to I have to re-do. Or shall I just give up?
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OK lets try again :)

Download the following file to the desktop .. Right click the link and select save as...then select desktop

OTLPE_standard

Right click the file on your desktop and select Peazip ..Open as archive


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Select OTLPE standard

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Click Extract, ensure that desktop is selected

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Then run ISO to USB

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Select the ISO file on the desktop, tick bootable . press burn
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