forgive me, but i find it difficult to understand why folks have problems with the AIO packages they are so easy to extract ...
Run the EXE .. a little box opens showing you the files are being extracted! these are extracted to a temp directory .. (System TEMP = %temp%)
In my case : C:\Documents and Settings\Administrator\Local Settings\temp ... described by the expression %temp%
in there you will find the directory that contains ALL the files that were included in the EXE (a password is not required to access these files!) ..
in general the directory is called ir_ext_temp_0
and having run the AIO on emulated WindowsOS's (VPC and VMware)
the directory ir_ext_temp_0
WARNING: Some AIO packages have a 'PASSWORD' .. this password is erelevent! it indicates encrypted data as created by the program that created the AIO!!!
normal use of the AIO package requires no knowledge of that password .. designed i believe, to stop folks messing with the package, changing things that should be left as is, as designed by the creator of the AIO!
sensible if you ask me
I hope this is of some help