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I want to know how to script inno setup to install multiple windows updates. I also want to display 2 progress bars(one for current install and other for total progress) I don't want any kind of detection whether the update is already installed. Simply click setup.exe and it should display a dialogue to check the required updates and click install to start installation with the two progress bars and finish.
Posted 4-Dec-12 20:51pm
Updated 20-Dec-12 3:33am
Abhishek Pant 20-Dec-12 9:46am
joshrduncan2012 20-Dec-12 10:12am
Are you familiar with InstallShield?
Irfan Junaid 20-Dec-12 12:27pm
I have installshield but i don't know how to use it!!! Could you help me please?
I don't have any conditions. I just want to create an installer to install multiple apps or windows updates with a progress bar. That's it. Please help me....
Irfan Junaid 20-Dec-12 12:30pm
Could you help me please? I just want to create an installer to install multiple apps or windows updates with a progress bar. Kindly help me with detailed guide...!
Abhishek Pant 20-Dec-12 14:10pm
develop and design is main thing here u have to use program output in is a example
Irfan Junaid 21-Dec-12 1:38am
I have installshield 2010. But i don't have visual studio since it doesn't support Windows XP x64. Any suggestions???
Abhishek Pant 22-Dec-12 4:08am
Oops!so how you are developing your apps if you don't have visual studio..
Irfan Junaid 22-Dec-12 10:40am
The problem is not creating the apps. I just want to install multiple apps with a single Installer file that shows progress bars.

I also want to ask you that can you understand what i am coming to say?
Abhishek Pant 22-Dec-12 10:44am
installshield is best way to solve this easy and simple.
Irfan Junaid 23-Dec-12 10:40am
Let me explain you clearly.

I have file1.exe and file2.exe

Now, i want an installer to install these two apps showing a progress bar.

Please! Give me a detailed guide on how to do this...

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