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Copying files
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2009/3/24 20:00
From Cambridgeshire U.K
Posts: 63
Please could anybody help me out . I want to copy files/pictures etc on to a CD or DVD but I seem to be a bit lost of how to do it.

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Re: Copying files
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2006/11/29 21:59
From Croatia
Posts: 325
@Ant

You need burrning tool like AmiDVD or FryingPan..

AmiDVD You can find here http://strohmayer.org/ and its free!

FryingPan is comercial and you can find it here http://www.tbs-software.com/fp/

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Re: Copying files
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2006/11/30 18:43
From Norway
Posts: 2476
@VooDoo

Isn't makecd for free aswell? Not sure where it can be downloaded though!

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Re: Copying files
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2006/12/8 18:02
From Germany
Posts: 391
@Antique

It is for free.
http://www.estamos.de/makecd/

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Re: Copying files
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2007/2/24 10:59
From Near Cologne, somewhere in the deep forest
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@Antique

Its found here:

http://www.estamos.de/makecd/

Do yourself a favour and read all the text given there, as there are some additions to MakeCD sprinkled all over the place (download links and explanations, I mean).

For CD-only burning, MakeCD is still a superior package once you get used to it

Regards

Edit: Hehe, ZeroG was faster, but ok...

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Re: Copying files
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2008/5/2 13:14
From Sweden
Posts: 499
@Ant

If it is on OS4 and you don't want to burn a normal ISO CD (as already explained) you should be able to format the CD/DVD with System/FormatCDRW and just copy files to it like a floppy diskette. It will only work on Amiga though.

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Re: Copying files
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2006/12/1 18:01
From Copenhagen, Denmark
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@Deniil

Quote:
Deniil wrote:
@Ant

If it is on OS4 and you don't want to burn a normal ISO CD (as already explained) you should be able to format the CD/DVD with System/FormatCDRW and just copy files to it like a floppy diskette. It will only work on Amiga though.

Also, of course this requires a CDRW or DVD?RW (or DVD-RAM), not just a CD-R or DVD?R. And your drive must support this. If it also supports Mount Rainier standard for RW formats (use the CDMRW or DVDMRW DOSDriver to mount), that can be an advantage.

Best regards,

Niels

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