I agree. Flipping a few CDs in the short term is not going to be a big deal.
The TempleReady program requires access to the CD data in order to run, no
way around that. That said, if the CD *data* was previously loaded on a hard
drive of any of your old computers, then it is a simple matter to pull the
drive and copy it over, not a 6-8 hour job.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Terri J." <tjaskolka@...>
Sent: Thursday, March 20, 2008 6:48 PM
Subject: RE: [fhctech] Can you install Temple Ready and not use CD's?
> It takes only minutes to install TempleReady unless you are thinking of
> copying the CDs to the harddrive, which is not necessary in order use the
> program. It will prompt you to insert the needed CDs when it's ready for
> -Terri J.
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>> New User and am not the computer specialist. Just a Family
>> History Consultant trying to get Temple Ready back on a
>> computer in our Family History Center for the short term,
>> without a lot of work.
>> We are running Windows 2000 on new Dell PC's and are
>> presently networked. We recently got new computers and have
>> not installed Temple Ready because it takes 6-8 hours to do
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