#1
I was lent a copy of cubase from the school on disc and i put it on my computer, since then i have got a new laptop and i was wondering could i somehow take the files from my computer and use them to install cubase onto my laptop.

Thanks in advanced :P
#2
As in a floppy disk? I don't even have a floppy drive.

Maybe you could burn the files to a CD? Or use a flash drive.
#3
hmmm put the disk in your computer use powerISO or Alchahol 120% to rip the disc into an ISO image

transfer the ISO file to your laptop...use powerISO again or Alchahol120% and mount the iso file to a virtual drive...and install

Thats the way i think works best...maybe im over complicated lol
#4
No thats not possible, you'll have to get the install disc again.
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#7
Well, you might be able to load it onto a flash drive and then transfer it that way? I don't know, I'm not really a computer expert.
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