Alright… This is just a basic installing and running of a program and I am utterly confounded.Â I will try to do my best to describe what’s up, but it’s basically like this:
I have a MULTIMEDIA ATLAS OF HISTOLOGY CD.Â My roommate puts the CD into his PC, the installer comes up, he installs it and he can now enjoy that software.Â I put the CD into my MacBook Pro and nothing happens.Â I open up the CD and here is what I find:
Folder “0” (Containing): A bunch of different setup files with a SETUP.PKG
Folder “2” (Containing): A bunch of other setupd files, a .wav file, and another SETUP.PKG
I click on INSTALL.EXE and this pops up:Â There is no default application specified to open the document “INSTALL.EXE”. (Cancel) (Choose Application…)
I don’t know what to do about that?
I open the README.txt and it says:
*A MULTIMEDIA ATLAS OF HISTOLOGY CD-ROM
Minimal hardware and software requirements:
- 16 MB RAM
- 20 MB HDD free capacity
- 256 colour video driver (800 x 600)
- sound card
- CD ROM drive
- Windows 95.
Before you start the installation, make sure the screen mode is set to SMALL FONT
and the resolution of your monitor is at least 800 X 600 pixels or higher. Although the program
works in LARGE FONT mode as well, this is not recommended for aesthetic reasons.
Start Windows Explorer and select the CD-ROM drive. Run INSTALL.EXE from the root of your
CD-ROM drive. The program will automatically install A Multimedia Atlas of Histology into the
specified directory of the drive of your choice.*
So basically, I have no idea how to get this program installed on my Mac?Â I would really like it to be going, but it seems like nothing doing.