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Don't know how to copy contents of a disc with a party on it.

Discussion in 'Microsoft Office' started by baker128, Jan 20, 2010.

  1. baker128

    baker128 Flightless Bird

    I was sent a disc that was the result of a fundraising project that my
    brothers were deeply involved in. Since I grew up where it was held, they
    thought that I would like to have a copy knowing almost everyone. I have an
    elderly aunt whose husband, mother-in-law, sister-in-law, etc. (all passed
    away many years ago) have pictures on the disc. i want to copy the disc so
    that I can send the copy to her. I don't have any idea how to begin other
    than I assume that I need to copy the disc from "D" to "C" then copy the file
    on "C" back to "D" to a blank disc. Assuming that is correct, I don't know
    how to do any of that. Can someone help?
    --
    d&d
     
  2. Alan Edwards

    Alan Edwards Flightless Bird

    I assume this has nothing to do with Office, so I suggest you post to
    a newsgroup concerning your operating system. (whatever that may be)

    ....Alan
    --
    Alan Edwards, MS MVP Windows - Internet Explorer
    http://dts-l.com/index.htm


    On Wed, 20 Jan 2010 22:40:01 -0800, in microsoft.public.office.misc,
    baker128 <baker128@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote:

    >I was sent a disc that was the result of a fundraising project that my
    >brothers were deeply involved in. Since I grew up where it was held, they
    >thought that I would like to have a copy knowing almost everyone. I have an
    >elderly aunt whose husband, mother-in-law, sister-in-law, etc. (all passed
    >away many years ago) have pictures on the disc. i want to copy the disc so
    >that I can send the copy to her. I don't have any idea how to begin other
    >than I assume that I need to copy the disc from "D" to "C" then copy the file
    >on "C" back to "D" to a blank disc. Assuming that is correct, I don't know
    >how to do any of that. Can someone help?
     
  3. Bob I

    Bob I Flightless Bird

    This is not something you do with MS Office, please follow the link
    below instead.
    HOW TO: Copy a CD-ROM in Windows XP
    http://support.microsoft.com/kb/282491



    baker128 wrote:
    > I was sent a disc that was the result of a fundraising project that my
    > brothers were deeply involved in. Since I grew up where it was held, they
    > thought that I would like to have a copy knowing almost everyone. I have an
    > elderly aunt whose husband, mother-in-law, sister-in-law, etc. (all passed
    > away many years ago) have pictures on the disc. i want to copy the disc so
    > that I can send the copy to her. I don't have any idea how to begin other
    > than I assume that I need to copy the disc from "D" to "C" then copy the file
    > on "C" back to "D" to a blank disc. Assuming that is correct, I don't know
    > how to do any of that. Can someone help?
     
  4. Tom Willett

    Tom Willett Flightless Bird

    That is not a function of Microsoft Office. You should ask in a hardware or
    O/S newsgroup.

    "baker128" <baker128@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
    news:F8F545B1-CE15-42AE-BB32-CC4793F15EC6@microsoft.com...
    :I was sent a disc that was the result of a fundraising project that my
    : brothers were deeply involved in. Since I grew up where it was held, they
    : thought that I would like to have a copy knowing almost everyone. I have
    an
    : elderly aunt whose husband, mother-in-law, sister-in-law, etc. (all passed
    : away many years ago) have pictures on the disc. i want to copy the disc
    so
    : that I can send the copy to her. I don't have any idea how to begin other
    : than I assume that I need to copy the disc from "D" to "C" then copy the
    file
    : on "C" back to "D" to a blank disc. Assuming that is correct, I don't
    know
    : how to do any of that. Can someone help?
    : --
    : d&d
     

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