How can I carry out NFS run setup in zip file?

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Hallo there!

I have the entire NFS in a zip file and I do not want to first extract it before running the application due to space limitations. Is there a way for NFS run setup in zip file? I tried this using WinRar but I realized that it could not work without first extracting the entire folder into a local folder and running the setup from there. Thanks for your help.

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Best Answer by Dyer Pearlman
Answered By 10 points N/A #159484

How can I carry out NFS run setup in zip file?

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Hello Hamilton Honny,

Without first extracting the entire folder into a local folder it is very difficult to run the setup file. But it is not happening every field. I think this NFS zip file will not be run without extracting the file. You have already said that you have a space shortage in your PC. So firstly you can extract the zip file into a memory card or pen drive then you can set up the entire software. Hope you can do it very easily.

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John C Woodruff

Answered By 0 points N/A #159486

How can I carry out NFS run setup in zip file?

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Hello, i have read your problem about the nfs setup and the space limitation on your hard drive, what you could do is install the game on a big enough usb stick or an external hard drive if you have one. And about the running the game in the zip file, it's not possible, because the game requires you to have some files written on your system for quick access so running it on the zip file would give you a files missing error

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How can I carry out NFS run setup in zip file?

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Hi Hamilton Honny, you cannot install NFS unless you extract it. You can delete some data in your computer that is not important so you can have free space for your NFS. Another way is copying the NFS installed folder from another computer/laptop that already has NFS and paste it in your computer. Here are a few ways to create some free space. You can do a disk clean up, disk compression or you can manually check through your computer if you recently uninstalled some programs. These programs may have left some folders that you do not require hence you can delete them

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