source disk

source disk

The disk drive from which data are obtained. Contrast with target disk.
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Second, retrieval from the copy of the source disk must be done in such a way that changes to the original cannot be made.
Capacity: For backup applications, the capacity of a single tape cartridge, including compression, should exceed the capacity of the source disk to help manage the complexity of data recovery operations.
Place the source disk in a CD drive, right click on that drive in Windows Explorer, and select "Copy CD." SimpliCD Copy takes it from there, and prompts the user to insert a blank disc.
First, the program copies all the BASIC programs from the source disk to a new disk.
If the user wants results of a conversion to be placed on the source disk or path, this must be accomplished outside the Word-Link package.
Be aware, however, that the target disk will end up just like the source disk. Any file fragmentation on the source will be duplicated on the target.
Place the source disk in a CD drive, right click on that drive in Windows Explorer, and select "Copy CD." SimpliCD-Copy takes it from there, and prompts the user to insert a blank disc.