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Kilobyte

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#11 15 years ago

Its hidden. You have to click on Tools in the file menu,...

Tools ---> Folder Options ---> View Tab Select Show hidden files, and folders.

Or click this link, while running Internet Explorer. InstallShield folder Link




Shadowfire67

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#12 15 years ago

Ok, now how do I know which is which?




Kilobyte

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#13 15 years ago

You've got to go into each and every folder. In IE, from the File menu select.

View ---> Explorer Bar ---> Folders. (Your now in Windows Explorer.) There will be a list of folders on the right. Ignore them for now.

Now go into each folder and open the Setup.ini file. Check and see what the "AppName=" is. If it says Jedi Knight, then youve found it. ^ If you can't open it, then open it in NotePad or Wordpad.

In the Folder list on the right, right-click the one that is highlighted (usually in blue, or Gray.). Delete it.

Now your done.




Shadowfire67

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#14 15 years ago

Thank You!




Kilobyte

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#15 15 years ago

No problem. Actually I've never tried it, so i wasn't sure it would work. :lol:




Shadowfire67

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#16 15 years ago

Oh...




Kilobyte

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#17 15 years ago

No worries, I'm an IT professional, so I knew it wouldn't mess up your PC. ;)




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#18 15 years ago
Monster_userNo worries, I'm an IT professional, so I knew it wouldn't mess up your PC. ;)

Cool. But hey! It works!




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