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Enter 'kodak easyshare images cutline' in google. A link will appear to a kodak help site 'What shall I do when my picture has a zigzag line through it.....?' The kodak solution works (I've tried it!). It's laborious but you get your pictures back.
First, stick with DVD's that have worked in the past; Verbatim is the best.
Perhaps the laser needs cleaning. If you have a can of compressed air, open the DVD tray and shoot a few seconds of air in the DVD drive, being careful not to tilt the can. Do not shake the canned air bedore using.
If there is still a problem, use a laser lens cleaner ($13 Radio Shack). It is an audio CD with a row of brushes on it. Turn on your speakers / headphones and follow the instructions. No chemicals involved.
just click on VIDEODVD then add only the video files u want to add & haa plzz bear it in mind that the speed of burning must be 16X so that ur DVD player can read it ... & then start ur burning process ....
Speaker's notes can turn a rambling presentation into one that's sharp and interesting. Check out this simple outline for teaching your PowerPoint students how to set up notes to improve their presentation delivery.Many PowerPoint classes focus exclusively on the fundamentals of creating and formatting slides, adding special effects, and running...