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Old 05-22-2007, 08:27 AM   #11
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haha, ok thanks anything I need to be careful of?
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Old 05-22-2007, 08:36 AM   #12
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I don't think of anything.
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http://www.blindwrite.com/ This might only be a trial version but hey if it works first time it wont matter lol., if you want the full version just buy it from there website or look a bit deeper P2P
Just right after I put my CD in the shredder
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If you go for the latter just make sure you scan the file before you open it, you should be fine
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well, since you do have the original cd key (right?) I don't think it would be that bad if you just downloaded the OS and burned it on a dvd.
i agree you have technically bought the software so i dnt think it is illegal ?
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I don't think of anything.

Just right after I put my CD in the shredder
Did you try Blindwrite? if so did it copy your scratched disc?
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Trying it now, just got the chance do download it ( I was at scholl) i will terll you how it goes.
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what mode do I use? and what type of CD am i making it (.ISO, etc.?
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well, since you do have the original cd key (right?) I don't think it would be that bad if you just downloaded the OS and burned it on a dvd.
ya, just torrent xp, and burn it to a cd, as long as you have the key when you load it that genuine you'll be fine.
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Put your scratched CD into a drive then select read and send the file to a destination folder to burn later, once its read the disc, then you can burn it. hopefully it will read it enough to copy and all the files so you can burn it. fingers crossed.
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ok, I will give rep to you guys for help (need to focus on this first) I have it saved but what type of disk type do I burn it to?, It says things like, audio,iso,damaged sector?) which one, i'll try automatic first but thanks for all the help.
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