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    Using .iso files? (Downloaded a program)
    Hello all,

    I have recently downloaded the Rosetta Stone program from a torrent, and it gave me a .iso file, the icon of which resembles that of .dmg file. When I open it I get another icon on the desktop of the little white disk hard drive thing (the same icon for when you insert a USB disk).

    When I open up the file there are 4 folders, but none of them do anything. Any idea?

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    maybe you should buy the real version from the shops then?
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    Please review the community guide lines before posting again.

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