Windows explorer option with right click

  cuscus 13:49 29 Jan 07

In Windows Explorer 6 (Windows XP) I used to right click on a file or photo to send it to my drive D for burning. That option seems to have disappeared. Would anyone know what I can do to retrieve it? Thanks.

  ArrGee 15:51 29 Jan 07

If it's a photo, right click on it and click on Save Picture As...

If it's a file, right click on it and click on Save Target As...

  cuscus 16:34 29 Jan 07

Thanks ArrGee but I found what I was looking for and here it is:

Right Click on D drive (CD Drive)
Click on Properties
Click on Recording Tab
And put a check mark on "Enable CD recording on this drive"

Now everytime you're in Windows Explorer and it doesn't matter what it is, it could be music or photos, if you right click on your selection, the option will be open to you to burn it on CD.

Thanks again.

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