[access-uk] Re: SECURITY - FILE PROTECT/UNPROTECT

you need to go through the process of "ripping" the cd first which involves 
the process of turning those cd tracks into files on your computer.  There 
are a number of programs out there to do this including one called CDEXP.  I 
am not the best person to advise you on which is the most accessible or easy 
to use as I do not have much personal experience in this field but I am sure 
someone else can help.

Cheers

Graham
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----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Carol Pearson" <carol.pearson@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
To: <access-uk@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Sent: Friday, March 17, 2006 6:35 PM
Subject: [access-uk] SECURITY - FILE PROTECT/UNPROTECT


Hi all,

Can anyone help with this one?

I have created a CD (which has no copyright attached to the taped
material from which it was copied) and have run into a problem in
changing the attributes of the files which are now "Read Only" etc on
the CD.  These files are .CDA files and have been produced with a tape
to CD copier.  I now want to copy them over to my computer and don't
really wish to keep them on CD's.

I have found a few suggested utilities out there but have found nothing
to suggest that they are going to do this job, so I'm particularly
interested to learn if anyone has such utilities which they use that
enable them to change attributes that Windows (and DOS) will not change.

Of course, if I don't find any other answers, I shall be asking
questions of the manufacturers of the tape/CD copier used, but hope I
may solve this easily enough.


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Carol
carol.pearson@xxxxxxxxxxxx

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