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Hi!

Usually, you will have to use a software to burn files to a CD or DVD. But you can also use the default burner of your operating system (either windows XP or Vista).

Here's how:
Right click on the file or files you want to burn or copy to a CD (it would be better to put files to a single forlder). Then select "Send to" , select CD or DVD. A new windows will pop up asking what will be the name of the contents - just type any filename.

You can also use a software like Nero or Roxio. These are good software in burning files to a CD or DVD.

That's it.


I hope that helps.

Good luck and have a nice day.

Posted on Nov 28, 2008

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