2. Make sure that you have the most recent version of Argus ONE (4.20w). You can check the version number by starting Argus ONE and selecting Help|About Argus ONE. A dialog box will appear that includes the Argus ONE version number. If you do not have the most recent version of Argus ONE, you can download it from the following URL.
The HST3D GUI will not work with some older versions of Argus ONE so you must use the current version.
3a. If you downloaded the HST3D GUI, double-click on the file you downloaded. This will start installing the HST3D GUI. It is always best to use a freshly downloaded version of HST3D GUI because it will be the most up-to-date version available. HST3D GUI can be downloaded from http://www.mindspring.com/~rbwinston/hst3d/HST3D_GUI.htm or ftp://ftp.mindspring.com/users/rbwinston/incoming/HST3D2_0/HST3D_GUI.EXE .
3b. If you received the HST3D GUI on disk, place the first disk in your disk drive. Using Windows Explorer, double click on Setup.exe in the first disk. This will start installing the HST3D GUI.
3c. If you received the HST3D GUI as email attachments, extract the attachments from the email messages and then open the zip files using PKZip, WinZip or some other utility program for dealing with zip files. Next, extract the contents of the zip files and place the contents of all the zip files in a single directory. Using Windows Explorer, double click on Setup.exe in the directory to which you extracted the contents of the zip files. This will start installing the HST3D GUI.
4. During the installation, you must select the location where Argus ONE is installed. If you installed Argus ONE somewhere other than the default location, you may need to select the location where you did install it.
The examples include Argus ONE models with all the data already entered and descriptions of how to recreate the models. The descriptions are in a pair of files named HST3DExample1.pdf and HST3DExample2.pdf.