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When I try to install ubuntu 12.04.2 64 bit using wubi installer. It starts to download the file instead of using already downloaded iso file "ubuntu-12.04.2-desktop-amd64". How to fix it?

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Yes, and the answer is given on

How do I install Wubi on a machine with no Internet connection?

Wubi also works with physical Ubuntu Desktop Live CDs. Wubi.exe is available in the root folder of the CD.

If you do not have a CD, try to find a computer with Internet access, and download both Wubi.exe and the required Desktop ISO from the same location (the release has to match):

For 12.10 use
For 12.04 use
For 11.10 use
For 10.04 use 

Copy both files into the same folder on the machine with no Internet access and run the Wubi executable.

So 2 things you need to do:

  • download the ISO matching the wubi version;
  • put both into the same directory.
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