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    Note to mods: The site in question belongs to the company I work for. We have permission to download and use at will for company purposes. (Iím not about to break any laws)
    Also if this is in the wrong topic section please feel free to move to the proper place.

    This web site is several pages deep. I wish to load it on my local computer so I can use if off line. (Itís very graphic laden and is slow on my dial-up at home. I can synchronize with Explorer available off-line via the favorites. I would prefer to burn it onto a DVD (to save room on my hard drive). If I first clean my temp file down load then burn to DVD the links will not work due to the wrong path.

    Is software available to burn the site to DVD and have all the links work?

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    not sure if it will work with multiple pages, but try to save it as an archive
    File/Save As... (save as type: web archive)
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    minibubba -

    Didn't work. Thanks.

    Update: found some software at C/net will give it a try.

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    sorry it didn't work, but if you find a solution that works post back. i'm sure you're not the only one that has wanted to do this from time to time for legit reasons :)
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    you have already found the program but anyways, do check this out
    http://www.tenmax.com/webdisc/home.htm
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    Found this program-http://download.com.com/3120-20-0.ht...ack&tg=dl-2001.

    Downloaded and installed it Friday night. Download the web site I was needing. It worked quit well. Had to play with the filters to reduce the errors down to 168 out of 128 Meg. Was going to be about 600 errors before. I stopped mid-way and changed the filters and started over. Download was fast for dial-up. Took about 5 hours.

    So far the inspection of the site looks good. I'm going to play with it for a couple of weeks and try to find the errors before I modify the filter and do an update.

    So far I'm quite satified with the results. Was going to copy it to a CD but I don't think it will fit. May be able to put it on DVD. I don't remember how much data each will hold.

    As far as the HTTrack mirroring program goes, it is real user friendly and worked very well.

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    glad to see that you have found something that might work

    That must be quite a large site if it wont fit on a single CD :shock:
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    i'm surprised no one recommended wget. I'm sure there's got to be a windows port wget somewhere.. :idea:

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    Quote Originally Posted by DigitalDD
    i'm surprised no one recommended wget. I'm sure there's got to be a windows port wget somewhere.. :idea:
    DigitalDD: wget is great but it won't help this guy to get that website on his CD. he will just be able to mirror it on his HD so that would not fulfill his full requirement.
    anyways, wget windows binaries are here (just a note, i have stopped using any other d/l manager after i used wget)
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    You could also try the 'SpiderZilla' plugin/extention for Mozilla/Firefox

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