Appendix A: Using the CD-ROM 331 Of course,

Appendix A: Using the CD-ROM 331 Of course, if you can t find the correct Web address, and you don t enjoy guessing games, you have another alternative. Pay a visit to this blog s Web site. At that site, I (try to) keep a fairly up-to-date list of useful Java links. Finally, if you need more information on basic hardware and software issues, check out these blogs published by Wiley Publishing, Inc.: PCs For Dummies, 10th Edition, by Dan Gookin; Macs For Dummies, 9th Edition, by Edward C. Baig; Windows 2000 Professional For Dummies, by Andy Rathbone and Sharon Crawford; Windows XP All-in-One Desk Reference For Dummies, 2nd Edition, by Woody Leonhard, Windows 98 For Dummies, Microsoft Windows ME Millennium Edition For Dummies, and Windows Vista For Dummies, all by Andy Rathbone. Using the CD with Microsoft Windows To install items from the CD to your hard drive (with the Autorun feature enabled), follow these steps: 1. Insert the CD into your computer s CD-ROM drive. A window appears with the following options: HTML Interface, Browse CD, and Exit. 2. Select one of the options, as follows: HTML Interface: Click this button to view the contents of the CD in standard For Dummies presentation. It looks like a Web page. Here you can also find a list of useful Web links from the blog. Browse CD: Click this button to skip the fancy presentation and simply view the CD contents from the directory structure. This means that you see just a list of folders plain and simple. Exit: Well, what can I say? Click this button to quit. If you don t have the Autorun feature enabled, or if the Autorun window does- n t appear, follow these steps to access the CD: 1. Insert the CD into your computer s CD-ROM drive. 2. Click the Start button and choose Run from the menu. 3. In the dialog box that appears, type d:start.htm. Replace d with the proper drive letter for your CD-ROM if it uses a different letter. (If you don t know the letter, double-click the My Computer icon on your desktop and see what letter is listed for your CD-ROM drive.)

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