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Try using the remote control, if you have one. Check the batteries in the remote control also. Try the front panel controls also. Might have to take it to a technician. Is it still under warranty? If you bought it with a VISA card, then your warranty length is doubled, read your user agreement.
open windows explorer navigate to the photos the select the photos right click copy and then paste them into a folder or select all photos click and hold the cursor and drag and drop them into folder or right click and select send to your folder once you have done this open up your burning software depending on which it is you can choose either a data cd or dvd or burn an image to disc you might choose a multisession disc so you can add more photos or to finalize the disc after the burn if the burning software supports multisession you can add these photos on at a time or select the folder to add hope this helps
Best way to save them is to dvd......all you need is a dvd burner and a software program caled ..... ConvertXtoDVD..........A DVD holds a lot more then a CD will.......If you have a DVD burner and you use ConvertXtodvd you will be able to play them on any dvd player and watch them on your tv.