The Rain in Spain

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Setting Up practice Exam
Pre-Installation
Before starting this Installation, make sure you have an application to extract file, such as WinZip or WinRAR.
Installation
Using Window Explorer (Not Internet Explorer), Navigate to the folder where you save the Avanset Visual CertExam Suite 3.0.1 Incl. Patch - ASA [deepstatus]

Double Click Avanset Visual CertExam Suite 3.0.1 Incl. Patch - ASA [deepstatus]
Right Click visual_certexam_suite_setup and Select Run as Administrator

Click Yes to the User Account Control Dialog Box that is displayed. (Could Not Capture the Window)

Select English and Click Ok button to the Select Setup Language Dialog Window

Click Next button

Click I Agree button

Take the default installation location. Also note where the application is going to be placed. If you want you can change the location

Click the Next button in the Select Component Dialog Window

Click the Next button to Additional Tasks Dialog Window
Click the Install button in Ready to Install Dialog Window and allow program to install

Click Finish (Another window missed)
Visual CertExam Manager [TRIAL COPY] window is displayed

Click X to Close Visual CertExam Manager [TRIAL COPY] window
The Installation is completed.
Patching the Application
Navigate back to the location where you save the Avanset Visual CertExam Suite 3.0.1 Incl. Patch - ASA [deepstatus] folder
Look for ASA.rar or ASA.zip file
Extract this file to a Folder of its name type or name of your chosen. For this demonstration, I am extracting ASA.RAR file using WinRAR as my Extracting Tool and ASA is the name of the folder ( I:\Exams\ASA). Now if you are using WinZip as your Extraction tool the name of the file would be ASA.zip.

Extraction Tool: WinRAR
Compressed File: ASA.RAR
Extracted Folder: I:\Exams\ASA

This is what your extracted folder should look like

Copy the…...

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