Interesting article if you save files to CD

  jakimo 11:23 08 Feb 2004

burning data\pics etc.on Cd's may not last as long as expected,

click here;jsessionid=YD05JKRFQIEXMQSNDBGCKHY?articleID=15800263&pgno=2

  Â ÑÌÇKÑÂMË 11:28 08 Feb 2004

I always make 2 copyies it uses lots of discs but i have peace of mind,can be a pain if you dont index them right tho.


  Nellie2 11:39 08 Feb 2004

The link doesn't lead anywhere... but I think this is the information you were on about.. I found it an interesting read too. click here

  Megatyte 12:55 08 Feb 2004

To get to jakimo's link, copy and paste the 'click here' shortcut and then copy and paste the remainder (before hitting Enter/Go).


  jakimo 13:28 08 Feb 2004

don't no why ,just tried it and works for me...Your link is not the one

  jakimo 13:37 08 Feb 2004

click here;jsessionid=YD05JKRFQIEXMQSNDBGCKHY?articleID=15800263&pgno=2

The section that concerned me was the claim that sticky disc labels will deteriorate the data on the disc

  [email protected]@m 13:42 08 Feb 2004

Copy and paste your link into click here

  bremner 13:44 08 Feb 2004

I am very interseted in this but the link still does not work

Could you just paste it in and leave spaces around the // so we can see it please

  [email protected]@m 13:59 08 Feb 2004

If this works, it's on page 2 click here

  AndySD 14:00 08 Feb 2004
  AndySD 14:02 08 Feb 2004

D'oh too slow.

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