In this case Retrospect is not necessary

Make disk images of the CD-RW's and then transfer them over the LAN and burn
CDR's.

on 1/3/00 6:01 PM, david bonde wrote:

> My problems is that I have a lot of cd-rw:s which I have used to
> backup to but I now want to use for other purposes. Therefore, I want
> to transfer the contents of these cd-rw:s to cd-r:s but how? The only
> cd-reader I have that reads cd-rw:s belongs to a computer which I
> can't connect my burner to, and on the computer my burner is attached
> to, the cd-reader doesn't support cd-rw:s:-(
> 
> Any ideas? I have both computers connected to a LAN so if I somehow
> could share the cd-rw:s with Retro's own filesystem on everything
> would have been simple. Is this somehow possible?
 
-- 
Nick Scalise
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