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Posted: Aug. 27 2008,15:37 QUOTE

If it's InstallShield, then unshield
Many self-install packages use zip internally, so it could possibly just be unzipped

If neither of these work, use wine to get them out.

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Posted: Sep. 01 2008,20:54 QUOTE

Hi Curaga,

Thanks again for your reply. It actually seems to be an Installshield program, but it's an exe. When I tried to use unshield on the file, it only answered:
Failed to open IS_AP_STA_RT2860_D- as an InstallShield Cabinet File

Here's the link to the windows file (RT2860). Windows support

After that I tried to use wine to run the program, but it crashed. I guess the last resort is to use a real Windows install :(
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