Problem: I have a new Asus Eee 901 Win XP version, with MS Works 9.0 as OEM install. I tried to install "MS Office Standard Upgrade", which should recognise the Works 9.0 as legit. Unfortunately, a known MS bug means Works 9.0 does not provide the correct info to Office, so the installation fails. There is an MS patch for Works 9.0 to fix this, but the patch itself fails - because it asks to see the original Works 9.0 installation files ("works9.msi"). I also cannot make any changes to the XP set-up, as it also asks to see the XP installation disks. The Eee 901 comes with a single support disk containing the utilities and drivers. Unfortunately, the XP - and presumably the Works 9.0 - appear to be in a ".gho" file. This means that problems 1 & 2 above cannot be resolved, because there appears to be no way to make the requested files visible. Asus tech help are useless - only a premium rate phone number with a gimp who directs me to the retailer (who will of course direct me back to Asus...). What can I do in this situation, without full XP/ Works files to work from. Is there a way of unzipping a ghost image to reveal the files?