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#1 logans

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Posted 13 July 2006 - 10:34 PM

I recently downloaded some software, and I am trying to use PowerISO to install. I can get as far as mounting the image, then once I open the CD, all the files are .swa extension. I cannot get them to work.

The software I downloaded is Rosetta Stone Spanish if that helps.

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Posted 13 July 2006 - 11:12 PM

While I was trying to find a list of supported files ( to see if there were any limts on those Shockwave audio files) I came across this limit on the Unregistered version.

The unregistered version can not create image files more than 300MB, and will display a prompt to register. However, some cracked versions, can not work properly while writing image file more than 300MB, and maybe damage your files. To enjoy full functions of PowerISO, please register.
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Posted 13 July 2006 - 11:23 PM

While I was trying to find a list of supported files ( to see if there were any limts on those Shockwave audio files) I came across this limit on the Unregistered version.

The unregistered version can not create image files more than 300MB, and will display a prompt to register. However, some cracked versions, can not work properly while writing image file more than 300MB, and maybe damage your files. To enjoy full functions of PowerISO, please register.



I don't think I was very clear. Sorry, the problem isn't with PowerISO (I think); I don't know what program to use to open the .swa extensions. I know they are shockwave, but I am getting no prompt on their opening. Just the windows prompt "what would you like to open with..."

Are we talki

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Posted 13 July 2006 - 11:24 PM

While I was trying to find a list of supported files ( to see if there were any limts on those Shockwave audio files) I came across this limit on the Unregistered version.

The unregistered version can not create image files more than 300MB, and will display a prompt to register. However, some cracked versions, can not work properly while writing image file more than 300MB, and maybe damage your files. To enjoy full functions of PowerISO, please register.



I don't think I was very clear. Sorry, the problem isn't with PowerISO (I think); I don't know what program to use to open the .swa extensions. I know they are shockwave, but I am getting no prompt on their opening. Just the windows prompt "what would you like to open with..."

Are we talki




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