Writing download files to CD

  ormerod 11:32 14 Feb 04

Am working in the library and want to save a 2.23 file to take home to install on my PC. Is there any way that this file will write to a CD if I insert one in the drive as it doesn't seem to want to. The floppy discs will obviously not hold that much information or does anyone know a way of continuing the file write on further discs.

  Diemmess 11:55 14 Feb 04

Unless the library has a recording CD drive and specific software, you are stuck.
"Burning" a CD is not the knee-jerk facility that saving to a floppy is.

Assuming the library is a public facility you may be stuck. Any chance of finding what you want via a friend's computer or transmitting what you want (perhaps at a fee) with e-mail?

  Chegs ® 11:58 14 Feb 04

Can you not simply chop the file up into floppy size pieces with a file splitter?

  Diemmess 12:02 14 Feb 04

Ask the librarian.

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