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#1 Meanie


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Posted 10 November 2014 - 08:46 PM

I purchased a used laptop without a CD Rom/DVD player. Though, it does have an SD slot. I want to install my Office 2010 on this computer but obviously, it's on a CD Disc. Is it possible to copy the Office disc to a SD card and install? Yes, I know I can purchase an external CD/DVD drive, but I rarely use it and wanted to avoid purchasing something I will rarely use. Though, if that's my only option, then I'll do so, but wanted to see if there were other options.


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#2 softeyes


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Posted 10 November 2014 - 10:24 PM

Having just "one" great pal with a clean computer and a DVD/CD writer will work for a start!


Next you would need to extract the ISO file and inject it into the SD card..this is where another BC member who has

knowledge of a program that works with ISO to SD cards can step in!

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