The read-only mark is given to the file to alert your operating system that the file can't be written to. When the file is on a CD-R, it can't possibly be modified or written to, hence the read only.
So this is a correct procedure.
When you copy your files back to your hard-disk the properties are not adjusted because the operating system can't tell whether the file could ones be modified or not.
You can select all files and modify the properties in one click
When you want another solution you should try to use somekind of backup-tool. The properties of the file will remain in the back-up.
A problem is that you cant extract one file out of a backupfile. You must extract all.
Last edited by Vogel
on Tue Nov 12, 2002 8:52 pm, edited 2 times in total.
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