Copy Quicken to external hard drive for install on netbook

I own a copy of quicken 2010 Deluxe and use it daily on my PC. We have to travel away from home for a year so I bought a netbbok & set up broad band for more portability. The netbook has arrived but there are no disk drives to install my quicken CD. I have tried copying the Quicken file from my PC to an external drive. It looks like everything is going onto the drive. I have it in the program files on the netbook  but I can not find the "install" application. I have found other install applications (bill minder, pdf driver, home inventory etc.) but can not find the application to actually install quicken to run on the netbook.


You can download Q2010 from here

Use the unlock code from your Q2010 disk to register this copy.
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