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Burning CD under WinXP without admin privileges

Discussion in 'Hardware' started by [email protected]@d0x, Feb 11, 2005.

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  1. p@r@d0x

    [email protected]@d0x Thread Starter

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    As the title says, i'm having a difficulties burning a CD (computer has a Combo DVD/CD-RW drive) in the facullty network.

    The problem is (at least i think so) becouse they deleted aspi drivers from Windows directory.

    Is there any possible way to burn a CD, and what is it?

    Regards,

    [email protected]@d0x
     
  2. p@r@d0x

    [email protected]@d0x Thread Starter

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    I will appreciate it if anybody just post is it possible or not.

    Regards!
     
  3. Pengu

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    download nero i think it includes the drivers
     
  4. p@r@d0x

    [email protected]@d0x Thread Starter

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    No, i can't install anything that includes writing on c:\ partition, or expecialy in windows dir.

    So, i need something that doesn't have to be installed and have drivers in itself, or something like that.

    Cmon guys I'm not the first one with this problem.

    Thanx in forward
     
  5. JohnWill

    JohnWill Retired Moderator

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    Talk to your IT department, they can make it work.
     
  6. p@r@d0x

    [email protected]@d0x Thread Starter

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    Yes, but they don't want to make it work, because those are faculty computers, so their opinion is that we are not supposed to download anything besides faculty stuff.

    So, is it possible without administrators permission?

    Thanx
     
  7. Elvandil

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    Nero Burn Rights specifically removes the requirement that a user be a member of the Admin Group in order to burn:

    ftp://ftp6.nero.com/NeroBurnRightsInstaller.exe

    Chances are that this must be installed by an Admin.

    ASPI is not needed and rarely used in XP (though it can be). If you want to use ASPI in XP, all you need to do is put wnaspi32.dll in the System32 folder and register the dll (also by an Admin).

    When you use other peoples' computers or network, you will need to play by their rules.
     
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    Couriant Trusted Advisor

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    Agreed. My school doesn't allow that ethier.

    XP has it's own burning tool, powered by Roxio. Did they disable that too?
     
  9. Elvandil

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    There are a number of very simple burning apps that are less fussy about rights. If you can't write to the C: drive, nothing may help, but this site has free burning tools for anything you want to do with CD's or DVD's and all free. Command-line knowledge is useful with these, but they are small and work very well.

    http://www.paehl-info.de/cdr/
     
  10. p@r@d0x

    [email protected]@d0x Thread Starter

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    I'll try some of these, but there is no chance I can write anything on C:

    Yep, thay disabled that too.

    Simply when you start any of burning tools that if tried so far, it doesnt see CD-RW drive at all. It's just blank space in recorder line.

    Thanx to everyone for help. If I succeed anything I'll post.
     
  11. JohnWill

    JohnWill Retired Moderator

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    I suggest that you simply abide by their rules, and in any case, this whole thread is really against the forum's rules. We're not here to help you bypass legally instituted restrictions.
     
  12. dvk01

    dvk01 Moderator Malware Specialist

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    Closed

    As stated we are a help forum for problems not a " how to breakl the rules forum
     
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