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"Lifting" Office 2003 off of CD and saving on HDD


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darqblue42

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I want to save the contents of my MS Office 2003 CD contents on my harddrive so I have a backup (if I lose the CD, etc.).

Is there a way to do this? If so, how?

Thanks for your help!
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darqblue42

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Never mind: I think I've managed to solve my problem myself.

Thanks for the views at least! lol :tazz:
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Mind to share what's your solution? I hope it is not 'COPY CD' lOL..

Edited by NumberTWO, 11 July 2005 - 10:18 AM.

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haha

I explored my CD drive and copied/pasted everything into a safe partition. This works because I can install the software if I lose the CD and the installation itself seems a tad faster.

...Not too n00b, is it? :tazz:
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hehe..come on..CD burners ain't that expensive these days... burn burn burn!! ask each family to keep a copy mate! :tazz:
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