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Pulling images off a CD in Bridge and they have padlocks on the images. Meaning please ? thanks

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I found a solution on the Adobe Forums
 

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For Read Only files, go to Windows Explorer, and Select those files. Rt-click on them, and choose Properties. Near the bottom will be Attributes. Is Read Only checked? If they are Read Only (and not locked due to permissions, etc.), if you uncheck that, then the files will no longer be Read Only.

Let me know if this works! :)

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6 minutes ago, Samantha LaRue said:

I found a solution on the Adobe Forums
 

Let me know if this works! :)

Thank you so much! fantastic direction it worked. good day

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it didnt work..

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3 minutes ago, Jodi C said:

Thank you so much! fantastic direction it worked. good day

Oops sorry I pressed ok and then it said access denied.. I jumped the gun

 

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Just now, Jodi C said:

Oops sorry I pressed ok and then it said access denied.. I jumped the gun

 

So I burned NEF files onto a CDR for archival purposes. Is there something that I need to select before I burn?

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1 minute ago, Jodi C said:

So I burned NEF files onto a CDR for archival purposes. Is there something that I need to select before I burn?

It's been ages since I've used a CD for anything but music, but I *believe* you cannot just edit a file that is on a CD. 

I do believe Damien uses (or use to use) CDs for archiving, so I'll let him answer that one. 

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6 minutes ago, Samantha LaRue said:

Have you moved the images to your computer yet, or are they still on the CD?

I dragged a copy to my desktop and then went to bridge no more padlock :) thanks again Samantha. opened it up in acr and photoshop so I think I'm good.

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