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Alright thank you.
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If we knew what the image was for or what it contained we could help installing whatever it is. Care to share with us what it is?

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No, because it does not matter. You assume I am committing a crime, but I am not. With all due respect, I do not believe that an innocent man has to "prove" his innocence. It is the burden of the accuser to prove guilt. As I have said three times, it is not illegal. But nevermind. I will google it and do the best I can.
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No, because it does not matter. You assume I am committing a crime, but I am not. With all due respect, I do not believe that an innocent man has to "prove" his innocence. It is the burden of the accuser to prove guilt. As I have said three times, it is not illegal. But nevermind. I will google it and do the best I can.
It does matter if you want the help. Suggest you re-read the following post.

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It only matters because we can't get into much detail as to the answer to the second part of your question of "how do I install it?". As I said, a disk image, much like a real CD or DVD, can contain just about anything. If it's a movie, audio CD, operating system, or a single application, it can be handled or installed in many different ways.
What the iso contains will affect how you deal with it.

It really has nothing to do with legitimacy here.

If you can't share specifically what you're attempting to do, you cannot expect specific help.

If you can't even share the general answer as to whether it contains audio tracks, a video, an OS X application, a Windows program/executable, or some other file types, then you can't expect to receive even a general answer.

I cannot be held responsible for the things that come out of my mouth.
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If you can't even share the general answer as to whether it contains audio tracks, a video, an OS X application, a Windows program/executable, or some other file types, then you can't expect to receive even a general answer.
+1, but no worries ... I think the forum's got a "read" on this poster now ...
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No, because it does not matter. You assume I am committing a crime, but I am not. With all due respect, I do not believe that an innocent man has to "prove" his innocence. It is the burden of the accuser to prove guilt. As I have said three times, it is not illegal. But nevermind. I will google it and do the best I can.
At no point did I accuse you of nefarious activity or intent. I'm trying to help, not make you look bad. As bobtomay said, if you don't tell us what the app is, we can't help you with your issue. Remember, you came to us, not the other way around.

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To misquote the bard:

"Me thinks he doth protest to much".


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Look, I do not appreciate being accuse of committing crime without any evidence. Please stop doing that. Thanks. I hereby withdraw the question.
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Mate i really dont think anyone is accusing you of anything. From what i have read, people are trying to be diplomatic to your situation, WHICH could be construed as illeagl.
If you get up on the high horse you probably want get much more help ...

Ohh yea you have withdrawn the question ....

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OK, I think we've had enough here. Regardless, the question has been answered to the best of our ability, given limited information.

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