RE: Jaws on a cd?

  • From: "Ronald Colombo" <roncol@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • To: <jfw@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Thu, 2 Jun 2005 17:42:44 +0200

Hi Crystal,

The answer is yes and no. I did it some years ago (i.e. several Jaws
versions back, so I don't know about 6.1). My idea was to have Jaws running
from the CD, when using someone else's PC avoiding the installation bit and
leaving no trace afterwards. This setup required the authorization disk to
be in the floppy drive, which seems to preclude AIM versions. I haven't
tried the dongle version; it didn't exist at that time. Setting it up was
very straightforward, you install Jaws on your pc. You then burn the
complete Jaws folder onto The CD, preceded by a line which said autorun
followed by the path and main Jaws .exe file. Finally, the reason I no
longer use it is,for some reason, it was fussy on which computers it ran.



Sent: Wednesday, June 01, 2005 9:18 PM
Subject: Jaws on a cd?

> Hi,
> Can I put Jaws 6.1 onto a cd?
> I know I can download it, but I am on dial up, and that takes some time.
> I'm just talking about the program, not the authorization cd.
> Thanks.
> Crystal

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