Installing OpenSUSE w/o CD-ROM drive

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http://forums.opensuse.org – Hello! I'm new to linux and I want to try OpenSUSE. Since I'm studying programming, I have to know Operating Systems, and how to make programs work under them. Also I would like to help OpenSUSE community with my miserable programming skills, cause I need practice, and it's a nice way IMO :) I have a trouble: my CD-ROM drive isn't working. I downloaded OpenSUSE 11.2 .iso file and extracted it to my E: drive. Then I launched openSUSE11_2_LOCAL.exe and it copied some files to my E: drive, then it asked me to reboot system. I have 2 operating systems working on my computer, windows xp and windows 98(for my mom's old programs) and I expected to see new option (like "Install OpenSUSE") in choose-OS-to-boot menu, but there was no option like that. I googled and it didn't help me at all. I checked c:\boot.ini and there were only 2 options to choose, also I have not enough free disk space on C:, cause it was planned only for windows 98 OS and nothing else more, so I can't try to move OpenSUSE files there. What should I do? P.S. sorry for bad english (Distributions)