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Old 12-02-2004, 08:24 PM   #1
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Lightbulb Can somebody tell me how to copy Adobe GoLive 6.0 to cd?

Hello people,
I just registered with this forum. Anyway I need some help with coping a software from a computer to a cd.

Here's the deal, my school computers have Acrobat GoLive 6.0 on them and I want to get a copy of it on a disk, it costs about 160 dollars in stores, as you may know.

I suppose an 80mb blank cd can hold it. Please tell me how I can copy it on a disk. I realy need it for a site I'm planing, it would save me quite a lot of money. Thanks in advance.
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Old 12-02-2004, 10:13 PM   #2
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well you need a program that copy's cds like nero or easy cd creator
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Any free downloads of these type of software?
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try clone cd but you will have to crack it oh and this program can copy anything even if it's supposed to be wrightproof
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How about: http://www.download.com/CD-DVD-Burne...-2646_4-0.html ....trials but I only need one copy. Which is best?

NOTE: From school computer, NOT cloning from another cd.
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Well i'm not really hip to using Nero, I've been using Roxio Easy cd Creator 7

But for trials & demo's, their are too many to choose from...so you can pick. (Some choices Here)
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As I said get clone cd the only drawback is it doesn't have stable speed and doesn't use the maximum speed of your cd writer sometimes
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As I said get clone cd the only drawback is it doesn't have stable speed and doesn't use the maximum speed of your cd writer sometimes
This is for Morpheus...

1. School computer
2. One time copy/use
3. NOT COPYING FROM ANOTHER CD!
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Try easy cd creator then
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How about stop using illegal software and go to school?
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