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Old Oct 08, 2003, 12:23 AM
jamilsk jamilsk is offline
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Default how to make direct copy [; ; win2KPro]

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Im working in a bank as network administrator ,a manager using his computer want to burn cd's but dont want to user any burning program just want to make it as he do with the floppy disk 3.5 we using here windows 2000 professional. i know i canm make it using windows xp but we cant use it need license .so any one know how i can make it using the win. 2000 ?
Old Oct 08, 2003, 02:34 AM
celtic_druid celtic_druid is offline
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Easiest way is to install some kind of packet writing software or if the drive supports it Mt. Rainier software.
Old Oct 09, 2003, 07:51 AM
BlackDiamondJr BlackDiamondJr is offline
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Packet writing software will enable him to format the CD just like a floppy and use it just like a floppy.
The technology is very unstable on most system, sometimes even hosing the installation. Use at your own risk.

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