Copy game to USB stick -

davidschaak1 at davidschaak1 at
Fri Dec 27 13:48:13 UTC 2013

Yvw. Might be able to do something similar with another file manager.

There are progs for wine that gets around some copy protection schemes. One was called no-cd. Haven't played video games since Janes boughtout Micropose.


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-----Original Message-----
From: "Bob Goodwin - Zuni, Virginia, USA" <bobgoodwin at>
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Date: Fri, 27 Dec 2013 08:39:56 
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Subject: Re: Copy game to USB stick -

On 27/12/13 08:29, davidschaak1 at wrote:
> My phone doesn't allow for bottom posting. Sorry.
> Personal preference for doing what you want would be mounting the usb stick without opening in file manager and opening a split window in konqueror.
> Once navigate to the cdrom, duplicate the structure of the cdrom on the stick.
> Unless there is a copy protectin scheme on the cd, this should work.
> Hth
> Dave
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"konqueror" I believe that's a KDE application that I don't have but I 
will look into it. Copy protection, a factor I had not thought of? I 
have a drive adapter kludge that may permit using a CDroom drive via his 
USB port  ...

Thank you for the suggestion,


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