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System Backup to CDR???

Discussion in 'Windows XP' started by Bk_Ashore, Aug 31, 2004.

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  1. Bk_Ashore

    Bk_Ashore Thread Starter

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    I'd like to back up my system to CDR's if possible to avert having to buy another drive at this time. I have a thirty GB laptop HD and I've tried assigning my "H:" drive (the CD recorder) as the destination drive. But I receive an error message saying "H: is not a valid drive or I have no access".
    Is there any way around this or am I just howling at the moon?

    Rico

    P.S. I think my system is all screwed up now. I had installed AOL and then removed it in favor of People PC. After installing People PC I found I could no longer access the web. So I uninstalled PPC and tried reinstalling AOL only to find I could no longer log onto the net with AOL. Whazzup widt dat? Now I seem to be having problems with almost anything that involves modem communication ....

    Anyone have any Ideas??????????????????? :eek:
     
  2. redoak

    redoak Gone but never forgotten

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    What backup program are you using?
     
  3. Bk_Ashore

    Bk_Ashore Thread Starter

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    I'm using the backup application in System Tools under Accessories in Microsoft Win2kPro.
     
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