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Unable to create a back-up CD

Discussion in 'All Other Software' started by VeriChipped, Apr 19, 2004.

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  1. VeriChipped

    VeriChipped Thread Starter

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    Re: OS windows xp home e. 128 mbs 533 mhz.
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    Hello tech people,
    I insert the re-writable in the E:/drive go to highlight the file, the option to move or copy file, I choose the E:/ and then it asks me to please insert disk in the e: drive....but its already in there...? I remove and reinsert and I still get the same prompt.
    Help Me,
    I thank you too much.
    Richard.
     
  2. MustBNuts

    MustBNuts

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    Have you tried using your Cd burning software to do this? Which burning software do you have?

    MBN
     
  3. VeriChipped

    VeriChipped Thread Starter

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    As far as I can tell I don't have any burning software? Which brings me to the delima of installing Nero 6.0 or 6.3 or WinISO. to convert files to pictures files so that I can run programs without a CD.?
    Which should I choose....all this and more is offered and for free from my eDonkey 2000 including this xp home e I installed and currently typing this message.
    Anyhouwes.....which CD burner should I go with.
    Thanks
    Richard.
     
  4. MustBNuts

    MustBNuts

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    Sorry VeriChipped, but as you have been a member here since Jan 2003, you undoubtedly know that this forum does not support, encourage, or assist in problems related to pirated software. "all this and more is offered and for free from my eDonkey 2000 including this xp home e I installed and currently typing this message."

    As the old saying goes, "you get what you pay for", and as far as I'm concerned, you are on your own.

    MBN
     
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