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Old 03-14-2005, 12:59 AM   #1 (permalink)
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can anyone tell me how to create a volume map for a cdrom tower
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Old 03-14-2005, 02:56 PM   #2 (permalink)
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What the hell is a volume map?

Are you trying to mass burn CDs or something?

*****face, I need more detail.
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yea man i never heard of a volume map before
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i have a cd tower with 26 cd burners in it. i created a folder called cd volume. some how i create sub folders that folder and basically map a single drive to each folder. For example 0 would be drive 1, 1 would be drive 2 etc.... having trouble creating this affect
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I have never seen anything that can do that. 26 cd burners, WTF!? How did you manage to connect 26 CD burners to your motherboard?
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The easiest way to do this is with two dual channel SCSI controller cards. Once i get it up and running i will try to find a way to post pics of how it came out. Need help with finishing this project though. I know it is possible but i can;t figure out how to map the drives.
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Mr. Elbatrop1 don't take this the wrong way but if you haven't here of this then you shouldn't be labeled as a super techie i should be
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I've heard of and know of SCSI systems. Maybe someday youi can get a "label" of super techie, if you keep posting. In the meantime have fun with your 26 SCSI CD burners all linked together!
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no i think i know what you are talking about is it this:
http://www.kintronics.com/avantis/opencd.htm , i think you are talking about this.
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Why in gods name would you need 26 of them? What do you produce in such large numbers? Pirated software?
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