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You missunderstood thread: 'Burning CD under WinXP without admin privileges

Discussion in 'Hardware' started by [email protected]@d0x, Feb 19, 2005.

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  1. p@r@d0x

    [email protected]@d0x Thread Starter

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    You closed my thread:

    http://forums.techguy.org/showthread.php?p=2370941#post2370941

    But you are not right, because USB ports are working perfectly on computers so i can freely bring usb hard drive and fill 40BG of data, but it is easier for me to carry 1 CD than whole harddrive.

    So, it isn't anything illegal, just my curiosity as a student of computer ingeneering.

    It wasn't my goal to break forum rules, and thanx to the guys for offered help.

    Regards, [email protected]@d0x!
     
  2. jd_957

    jd_957 Banned

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    review your own link and you will figure out why it was locked.


    AFTER I read the link. If your department will not guide you for various reasons. What makes you think we will?
     
  3. p@r@d0x

    [email protected]@d0x Thread Starter

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    Well, actually thay don't know how to do that. I asked them already, they know how to enable it but cant do it on whole network.They told me to bring USB. :)

    never mind, this is offtopic already. if it is against the rules, its againt the rules.
     
  4. TechGuy

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    Hope USB works for you! I'm going to close this just to avoid any potential war. ;)

    I hope you understand why we have to refuse to help folks go against any administrative settings their organization imposes. It just puts us in a bad position to help people do what they're sometimes not supposed to.

    Have a great weekend!
     
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