When you run the executable file, it will extract the file into a temporary folder.
Assuming that you are using an Intel (R) Desktop Board.
What you can do is:
- Run the exe file and give it some time to extract the file contents.
- Show all files from folder options and make sure hidden is disabled.
- Go to directory:
C:\Documents and Settings\user\Local Settings\Temp
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- Copy the whole contents to another place as once you cancelled the installation, it will be reomoved as well.
All the best,
Another way of doing it is by running the command below from run:
-A Extracts the INF files and Readme to either "C:\Program Files\Intel\InfInst" or the <Installation Path> directory specified using the '-P' flag. The software will NOT install these INF files to the system. This flag can be combined only with the '-P' flag. All other options will be ignored if the '-A' flag is
specified. This flag works in Interactive Mode only.
All the best,
THANKS a LOT, EVEN AFTER 2 YEARS.
windows s.c.k anyway
Many Many thanks for the answer....it s been a year i was suffering from this problem..
Hello K_Lloyd and all.
I have been googling same topic and found a quick way to extract files from .exe file. You just open the "INF_allOS_9.x.y.z" with 7-Zip http://www.7-zip.org/ and "extract the files/folders" from 7Zip or drag and drop all of the files/folders to your desk top etc.. Hope this helps other folks who search for same topic.
I have been trying to get the sys/inf files for use with backup software boot media.
None of the methods in this thread are working for me. When I try the -a switch on the .exe it loads up the installer and throws the error the parameter is not recognized.
7zip extracts the .exe into a bunch of extensionless files that are of no use.
What am I doing wrong?
Since this has been hanging here for a while, the answer is in the readme text files of the installers.
In short, add the -extract parameter to the installer along with the desired path. Example: setup.exe -extract "C:\My path"