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Re: [vox-tech] Heretical WinXP Q re: burning Knoppix CD's
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Re: [vox-tech] Heretical WinXP Q re: burning Knoppix CD's

Ken Bloom said:
> On Thu, Apr 29, 2004 at 10:15:27AM -0700, Jonathan Stickel wrote:
>> Rick Moen wrote:
>> >Quoting Richard Crawford (rscrawford@mossroot.com):
>> >
>> >
>> >>Any recommendations for software?  I'm not all that keen on paying
>> money for such software if I can avoid it.
>> >
>> >
>> >I recommend burning a Knoppix CDR (or DVD), and then booting it.  It
>> comes with cdrecord, k3b, etc., and reliably auto-recognises hardware
>> better than anything else on x86, bar none.
>> >
>> >(Generally speaking, if the answer is a piece of Win32 software,
>> you're asking the wrong question.  ;->  )
>> >
>> His problem is burning the Knoppix CD in the first place ;)
>> Richard:  If you have CD writer, I'm sure it came with CD burning
>> software.  I haven't seen a CD writer not come with something, usually
>>  Roxio or Nero.  If it came with a prebuilt computer, then somewhere
>> in  your box of documentation and installation CDs, there should be
>> burning  software.  It may be several versions old, but usually you
>> can upgrade  for free.
> Some CD writers come with HP software that doesn't support burning ISO
> images. I know for sure we saw one at the last installfest.

I haven't found any burning software on this laptop.

Richard S. Crawford (AIM: Buffalo2K)
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