School of Informatics students (IST and NSSA) should log in at this URL: http://e5.onthehub.com/d.ashx?s=0styndj7eh
If you don't already have an account, a new account will be created the first time you log in.
New: IST and NSSA students can download VMware products from this URL: http://e5.onthehub.com/d.ashx?s=2qkj0qbjmw (click on the Login link in the upper-right corner).
Rename the file so that it ends with ".exe" and then double-click it to launch it. This is a download helper utility that will download the actual software.
The volume label of the second CD should be "GEO11NA" and the root (top) directory of the CD should contain four items: two directories, "MapPoint" and "PStreets", and two files, "AUTORUN.INF" and "cd2run.exe".
It's a CD image file. You need to either burn a CD from the image or mount the image as a virtual CD drive. Some useful information from the MSDN web site is below.
What are ISO image files and how do I use them?
Many products are posted as ISO-9660 image files. An ISO-9660 image file is an exact representation of a CD, including the content and the logical format. The most common use of an image file is to write it to a blank CD-R resulting in an identical copy of the original CD including file name and volume label information. ISO image files may also be opened and their contents copied to a local folder, much like ZIP files. ISO files may also be virtually mounted and accessed as a CD-ROM device. These three methods of using ISO images are described below.
Writing ISO files to CD-R
Most CD-R writing software includes a feature to create a CD from an image file. Below are instructions for some popular applications:
Roxio Easy CD Creator
ISO RecorderISO Recorder is a third-party add-on for Windows XP that adds image file writing capability:
Nero Burning ROM
After a CD-R has been written, you can use the CRC tool to verify that the CD-R was correctly written.