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Im having a bit of a problem installing a .CAB. Does anyone here know how to?

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You may use Universal Extractor to extract the contents of the .CAB file and install them manually, if an installation program is included in the archive.

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A cab file is a compressed archive, like zip.

You should extract the contents of the file (double click then extract), and look for a installer (setup.msi or setup.exe etc.)

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