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morige22

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07:10 05/03/2009

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hola amigos : queria saber si se puede pasar archivos o fotos de 1 dvd a varios cdroom ¿se puede? que programa se necesita? me pueden guiar en esto que nunca lo hice ? muchas gracias a todos

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pabloc74

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09:00 05/03/2009

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copia lo que tenes en el dvd a la pc y luego ponelo en varios cd's

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morige22

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09:08 05/03/2009

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copia lo que tenes en el dvd a la pc y luego ponelo en varios cd's

esta bien pero¿¿ hay que dividirlo en partes ,para separarlo ,si ocupa mas del cds? gracias

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pabloc74

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09:20 05/03/2009

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esta bien pero¿¿ hay que dividirlo en partes ,para separarlo ,si ocupa mas del cds? gracias

obviamente que te ocupa mas, calcula que un dvd tiene 4.7gb y un cd 700mb, son como 7 cd's 1 dvd de 4.7gb

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morige22

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10:32 05/03/2009

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copia lo que tenes en el dvd a la pc y luego ponelo en varios cd's

si eso esta entendido –lo que tengo dudas, es si necesito algun programa ,por si algun archivo supera la capacidad del cd ..o solamente copio lo que esta …gracias

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leog91

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12:07 05/03/2009

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Si alguno supera la capacidad lo "partis" con el winrar "Add to archive…" , desplegas "Split to volumes,bytes" y pones la unidad que vas a usar en este caso CD

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Yougssio04

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21:31 07/03/2009

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We would give you apromissory note…EDWARDYou're not getting any navycontracts.Vivian can see that both father and son are stunned by thisnews.DAVIDThere's no way you could knowthat.EDWARDBut I do know. I also know yourlines of credit are over-extended.If I don't buy your company,someone else will…(looking up)Ah, the escargot.Escargot are put down in front of everyone. Vivian stares atthem dubiously. She picks up what she assumes is the next"right" fork. She picks up a snail. The two do not fit.Flustered, she doesn't know what to do. No one else seems tobe eating. And now a Waiter comes and places escargot forksat each place. Vivian picks it up with a sigh of relief.VIVIAN(softly, to the Waiter)Scume me, what are these things?WAITER(bending to whisper)Escargot, mademoiselle.EDWARD(leaning close towhisper)Snails.Vivian stares at them, horrified. She, like James and DavidKross, no longer seem interested in eating. 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