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using filters from a disk

Posted by Sugar_fl (My Page) on
Sat, Sep 17, 05 at 14:20

My computer has about dead & I'm pretty sure it is headed for a reformat. I am not on it now. I am trying to put things on a 100 MB disk which I have several of. I even get booted a lot doing that. Can I use things like filters in my PSP directly from the disk? I know some things like tubes I can. I have most things already copied but they are just pieced in on several disk where there is room.. Now I found some new disk I forgot I had & I want to save them more organized but not sure it is gonna let me. I keep trying. If I can't use them from the disk I see no need to copy them again.
Thanks,
Dar


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RE: using filters from a disk

Dar, I haven't been checking in like I should..I see your post hasn't been answered..Sorry about that...I unfortunately don't have the answer..I have never used my filters from the disk...so can't give you an answer...I guess you could just try it and see if it works...Just wanted to give you some kind of response...Good Luck
Bev


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RE: using filters from a disk

Bev,
I haven't been able to try yet. The filters are on a zip drive (not zipped) & I haven't been able to get my puter fixed yet. The one I am on just limps along. I don't have enough space on this one to add a lot of things & no zip drive. I guess I'll have to learn to have patience LOL

Thanks for the answer,
Dar


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RE: using filters from a disk

Bev,
I haven't been able to try yet. The filters are on a zip drive (not zipped) & I haven't been able to get my puter fixed yet. The one I am on just limps along. I don't have enough space on this one to add a lot of things & no zip drive. I guess I'll have to learn to have patience LOL

Thanks for the answer,
Dar


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