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zu_magic_warrior -> read only/protected (8/12/2002 12:47:02 PM)

on read only or protected discs does anyone know how i can delete the files on them





Laffin Assassin -> RE: read only/protected (8/12/2002 2:06:29 PM)

zu_magic_warrior
If you give us more information on what you are trying to do we may be able to help !!!

Laffin Assassin

Always remember to Pillage BEFORE you Burn




zu_magic_warrior -> RE: read only/protected (8/13/2002 11:11:36 AM)

thanks 4 reply i have cd that i wanna delete all files on but when i try o delete them i get the error this is a read only disc you may not delete or move any of the files or sometimes the error is its a write protected disc






Laffin Assassin -> RE: read only/protected (8/13/2002 11:59:08 AM)

Hi zu_magic_warrior
Unless it is a CDRW disk there is no way to delete the files!
On an Original disk from a Publisher you have no chance !
With a CDR once you have Finalized the CD it does what it says Finalize the Writing on the CD so nothing can be altered or removed !
You say you want to delete ALL of the Files Quite easy just smash the CD into pieces !!!

Laffin Assassin

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Clint -> RE: read only/protected (8/14/2002 6:08:42 AM)

hahahaha, lol!!!

This is the funniest question I have seen!

(no offence intended of course!)

Maybe you could copy the files you want onto the HDD, and burn them to CD-R/RW and then you have effectivly 'deleated' the ones you didn't want!??

Thats why they call them CD-ROM's --> Compact Disc - Read Only Memory, which means no file deleation is possible unless you follow Laffin Assassin's advice or find your favourite sharp-pointed object...

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    Laffin Assassin -> RE: read only/protected (8/14/2002 6:49:44 AM)

    Hi Clint
    You Say " This is the funniest question I have seen!"
    Yeah the answer wasn't bad either !!!

    Laffin Assassin

    The Definition of an Upgrade: Take old bugs out, put new ones in.




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