Re: Backup to a CD



Nydrre
07-10-2005, 02:30 AM
Yeah I just put my computer together and have been bashing my head trying to
burn a backup directly to CD. I would go to backup>advanced>system
restore>browse for the destination drive> setup a filename on the E: drive>
then start backup

I would get the following message:
"The backup file name could not be used
E:\Backup.bkf
Please ensure it is a valid path, and that you have sufficient access"

Would be nice how you solved the problem, but in the meantime I just backed
it up to the hard drive and will probably burn it to DVD from there.


"HotRod" wrote:

> IF any of you guys are I.T. you already know that there is a big difference
> between selecting Save to A:, or opening "My Computer - C: - Quicken 2000 -
> Find the files - Highlight - Choose Send to D: - Click on XP Balloon -SELECT
> Burn to CD"
>
> When you have a limited user adding these news steps is very confusing.
> Right now she just chooses save to a:, I have discovered a way to save the
> files directly to the staging folder which will cause CP to popup it's
> balloon for CD burning.
>
> Thanks for all the help so far.
>
>
>
"HotRod" wrote:

> IF any of you guys are I.T. you already know that there is a big difference
> between selecting Save to A:, or opening "My Computer - C: - Quicken 2000 -
> Find the files - Highlight - Choose Send to D: - Click on XP Balloon -SELECT
> Burn to CD"
>
> When you have a limited user adding these news steps is very confusing.
> Right now she just chooses save to a:, I have discovered a way to save the
> files directly to the staging folder which will cause CP to popup it's
> balloon for CD burning.
>
> Thanks for all the help so far.
>
>
>


Re: Backup to a CD