Rosetta Stone Japanese Help

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May 28, 2009
  1. silent sniper
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    I downloaded a torrent for Rosetta Stone Japanese Level 1 and 2

    the torrent came with 3 folders:
    "Installation": contained install iso
    "Level 1": contains level 1 iso
    "Level 2": contains level 2 iso

    I opened the install iso with IsoBuster, and ran the install .exe

    after installation, I opened the program up, and it said "No language data found."
    The Level 1 and 2 isos are on my extra hard drive (D:) while the program installed to the main hard drive (C:)

    What do I need to do now with the Level 1+2 isos?
     
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    Look in the languages folder and you should see a file that looks something like this SK-ESC-L1-NA-PE-NA-NA-Y-3.7.1.0.r29.txt, now open it and check that it contains data, if it is blank then it means that it is corrupt, and this is what is causing the "No language data found" message.
     
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    there is no languages folder, i haven't installed either level (and looking inside the level isos, theres no exe)
     
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    The lesson/language packs are not meant to be installed. You have to burn the images to CD's and put the CD's into your CD/DVD drive whenever you wish to use them. Mounting the images to a virtual drive may also work.
     
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    Which folders do the level iso's contain? there should be four, which are data, documentation, language and speech.
     
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    in the level isos... there are about 15 short of 200 folders [​IMG]

    most of them look like JPN02_04 or PCA01_04 with the numbers varying in all of the folder names

    edit: what program should i use to mount the isos to the CDs?
     
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    Did you try my way? It works for me. We probably even downloaded the same torrent. [​IMG]
     
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    Use Alcohol 52% (free version located on their site) to mount them to a virtual drive then install them with the application. Worked just fine for me when I did it a while back before deleting it. (bout 7 months ago)
     

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