Recording C drive to DVD

  bluto1 21:15 25 Jul 06
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Good evening all,
I`ve just got back from a mates house and he wants to record to disc the contents of his C drive with the exception of Win XP Home which is not a valid copy.
Can this be done by right clicking every file except Win XP and `Send to DVD-RW`? My own view is that this is a very long way to go about it and why doesnt he just install his new copy of XP over the existing one? Can anyone come up with a solution for this. Ta v m in advance

  bluto1 21:17 25 Jul 06

Sorry, forgot to mention, I`m going out now and will return in about 2 hours

  Strawballs 21:20 25 Jul 06

Installing over the top might work but could end up leaving bugs.

  terryf 21:20 25 Jul 06

I think he might be better off getting an ext usb hd and use the try before buy Acronis. This may also persuade him to purchase Acronis. I woukd have thought that it would take forever and a day to copy onto DVD even if this way of re-installing a geuine copy of XP is feasable

  bluto1 22:56 25 Jul 06

thanks for the answers lads. I think my mate is thinking along your lines,Strawballs, so I`ll leave this open until tomorrow. Thanks again.

  bluto1 14:21 26 Jul 06

Thanks all, My mate has formatted his C drive and done a clean install,without help and is suffering the loss of som e programmes. Case closed!!

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