copying photos and music

  hawker67 03:35 25 Jul 07
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im wondering if i use cd or dvd to copy photos from my hard drive..is it easy enough to do????

  ^wave^ 08:11 25 Jul 07

yes you can do this. do you have a burning prog or does your camera s/w give you the option to copy them. if none of these use picasa2 free down lod from google

  jack 08:33 25 Jul 07

Assuming you have XP
And the disk drive is a 'burner' Read the front of the disk or your specification of the computer.
Then yes it is easy-peasy.

XP has a 'built in' CD burn routine.
To use this simply go the the file where the data is stored and open to a reduced window.
Make sure you have a blank CD in the drawer.
Make your file selection and drag it to the CD drive icon on the desk top- or look to the left panel on the open window for 'Make a CD from these files'
And follow the prompts.

Making a DVD is similar but you will need a third part program to do it -of which there are many- some of which such as NERO - are bloatware in so far that they have lots of adds which make then complicated to use and sometimes unstable.
IMHO the best is free- download- click here pro

  jack 08:35 25 Jul 07

That link did not work
try this
click here;jsessionid=38456F2B7701E1599E432B9265902979?qid=80AD576EE9963FF9D4AC24EDD0A13374&searchfor=cdburnerxppro&action=pick&pn=1&ptnrS=ZNfox000&st=bar&cb=ZN&pg=GGmain&ord=1&redirect=mPWsrdz9heamc8iHEhldEVkUXLiP8SZCVSgLHhMXge6IX8YR487u2fWZaKqDD8nc&ct=AR

  jack 08:38 25 Jul 07

This is the link that should have come up
click here

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