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    Senior Member Arubalisa's Avatar
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    I wish I could burn a CD that way. I have a D _ _ n Dell Desktop and must use Roxio software to burn a CD or DVD. I can burn CD's on iTunes but at a much slower speed

    If anyone knows of a work around for Dell, just let me know!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Arubalisa View Post
    I wish I could burn a CD that way. I have a D _ _ n Dell Desktop and must use Roxio software to burn a CD or DVD. I can burn CD's on iTunes but at a much slower speed

    If anyone knows of a work around for Dell, just let me know!

    The brand of computer has nothing to do with it. Those directions are for WINDOWS.

    I have multiple brands of computers and works for all of them!
    Decided to take down my timer!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sgroi135 View Post
    The brand of computer has nothing to do with it. Those directions are for WINDOWS.

    I have multiple brands of computers and works for all of them!
    Yeah, I know, I use Windows as well and have called Dell when I tried the above and it did not work. They always tell me I can only burn with Roxio. Stinks!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Arubalisa View Post
    Yeah, I know, I use Windows as well and have called Dell when I tried the above and it did not work. They always tell me I can only burn with Roxio. Stinks!

    HMMMMMM weird, I have a Dell and no problem.

    When you put in a cd-r and close the drive, do you get a popup asking what you want to do?

    Do you get an option to "Open Writeable CD Folder Using Windows Explorer"?

    If so,
    then choose that. then copy and paste your files into that window. Then click on Write files to CD
    Decided to take down my timer!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sgroi135 View Post
    HMMMMMM weird, I have a Dell and no problem.

    When you put in a cd-r and close the drive, do you get a popup asking what you want to do?

    Do you get an option to "Open Writeable CD Folder Using Windows Explorer"?

    If so,
    then choose that. then copy and paste your files into that window. Then click on Write files to CD
    Oh yeah, I can go through all those motions, but I end up with an unreadable disc. I burned through about 6 of them going through this very issue last week after having reformatted the hard drive.

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    willl try

    tomorrow mmorning a stop to staples to get some Cds do i get + rw or - rw

    ty for all of the help

    i did successfully move it onto my 16 g thumb drive

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    R= use once
    RW= re-writable, able to use more than once/change/add

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    ahhh ty
    ignorance is not bliss

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    Quote Originally Posted by Andrea J. View Post
    willl try

    tomorrow mmorning a stop to staples to get some Cds do i get + rw or - rw

    ty for all of the help

    i did successfully move it onto my 16 g thumb drive

    I am not personally a fan of RW. Since most of the time, you will just give the discs away. They are so cheap now, just sticking with CD-R's is easier!
    Decided to take down my timer!

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    why cant you attach pictures to email individually? or if you have a social or share site download them there and give the internet address and the wedding planner can download them from there...like a myspace..or firefly...or facebook...anything like that

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