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Burning a CD in CAVO

Burning a CD in CAVO

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After creating the layout via the install maker, I can't get the application to work if I burn it onto a CD. Works fine if loaded from diskettes. All of the files appear to be the same; the only difference is that I make the CD layout "no limit" for the CD layout, but I use the 1.44M for the layout of the diskettes. Any suggestions?

RE: Burning a CD in CAVO

Dave,
Have you tried copying the files from the cd onto a temp directory on your hard disk and then tried installing it?

What actually happens when you try to install/run the app?  What error messages do you get?

RE: Burning a CD in CAVO

Dave,

This is probably because the files are Read Only after coming off the CD.  Mark all the files as Read Write and things should be fine.
There is a switch in the installmaker that will automatically change the attribute from RO to RW at install time.

cheers,
Mark

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