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Old Jan 29, 2002, 09:48 AM
riffkool riffkool is offline
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Unhappy help with burning file w/ signature

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I have a file on my pc (acid pro 3.exe (demo)from [url][/url])
that i want to burn to cd so a buddy can try the demo out. ( he doesnt have a internet connection or network).

The problem i am having is it works on my harddrive but when i burn it to cd and run from the cd it says it is corrupt. It has a verisign digital signature or certificate or something.
How do i burn it to cd so it works right?

Please help......If you can answer this you are the CD BURNING GOD......
Old Jan 31, 2002, 10:31 PM
backup2k1 backup2k1 is offline
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Location: england,east sussex,canada
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hi m8 it might be worth downloading the file again
and dont open it up at all
its sounds like the program is using the files when its
are u by any chance trying to burn the file from the hard
drive itself and not the exe file that not open
other then that not to sure sorry

backup2k1(the name u can trust)

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