NTI CD-Maker 2000 Standard-Changes File Properties?

Discussion in 'Computer Support' started by Jeff Wisnia, Aug 11, 2003.

  1. Jeff Wisnia

    Jeff Wisnia Guest

    I've been using the 'NTI CD-Maker 2000 Standard' software which came
    with my Pacific Digital CD-RW drive when I bought it a couple of years
    ago.

    I just noticed that when I burn files ont a CD in the "Data CD" mode,
    the file's properties are changed to "Read Only". That's OK when they're
    on the CD, but when reloaded into the computer's hard drive as "Read
    Only" I have to manually change the files' property to be able to save
    changes to them.

    Could someone familiar with this software tell me if I'm missing
    something in a setup somewhere?

    Thanks guys,

    Jeff

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    Jeff Wisnia, Aug 11, 2003
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  2. Howdy!

    "Jeff Wisnia" <> wrote in message
    news:...
    > I've been using the 'NTI CD-Maker 2000 Standard' software which came
    > with my Pacific Digital CD-RW drive when I bought it a couple of years
    > ago.
    >
    > I just noticed that when I burn files ont a CD in the "Data CD" mode,
    > the file's properties are changed to "Read Only". That's OK when they're
    > on the CD, but when reloaded into the computer's hard drive as "Read
    > Only" I have to manually change the files' property to be able to save
    > changes to them.
    >
    > Could someone familiar with this software tell me if I'm missing
    > something in a setup somewhere?


    Nope, sounds just like normal for CDs.

    See, since the resulting CD is read-only, the files are read-only.
    AND - since you copy them as read-only files, when you copy them back,
    they're ... read-only!

    Damned irritating, but it's the way things work.

    RwP
    >
    Ralph Wade Phillips, Aug 12, 2003
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