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BURNING SOFTWARE TO DISK AS BACK-UPS?

Discussion in 'DVDR' started by gdarko, Mar 9, 2005.

  1. gdarko

    gdarko Member

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    HI!

    A long time ago I downloaded an image/drawing software called Illustrator cs. I have it on the computer and all is fine.

    But now, I want to know how to burn Illustator onto disc as a back up incase my PC breaks down. What I need to know is, how do I do this so that if the PC did happen to break down, I could insert the disk with the Illustrator cs that i burned onto it back in the PC and install it into my PC again?

    thank you very very much!
     
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    Just take the file you originally downloaded and burn it as data to a disk.. Was this a trick question? Did I miss something? let me know..
     
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    Sorry! I feel really stupid now, I thought I knew what to do but It all seemed too easy to be true so I thought i'd ask here incase there was more to it.

    thanks anyway! :)
     
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    Oh it was no problem I just wanted to be sure that was all you were after..
     

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