We've built up a large Retrospect archive on to MO disks, but we'd like to
switch to CD-R. I set up a test volume, but when I insert the blank CD to
back up on to, retrospect doesn't recognise it. I've looked through the
manual, and it says that volumes must be mounted on the desktop before
Retrospect will write to them. How do I do this with a blank (unformatted)
CD-R disk?

Figures: Mac G3, Retrospect 4.1, Teac CD-R drive.


Keith Barker
Brunel University
London, UK

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