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How to open with dmg and not save as a binary file...?


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I am trying to download Silverlight on my mac. The instructions say to open the file but the only option is to save it. Also it says its a Binary file but is supposed to be a DMG file....please help! Thanks!
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Go to Home : The Official Microsoft Silverlight Site

If you need a newer version than what's already installed, it will auto pop up a window asking if you want to install it. Click yes. It will auto dowload the dmg.

After you install it, you will need to quit Safari and restart it.

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