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Uploading a cd on my acerone compuetr or how do i put a cd file on it because it does not have a cd drive

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You have two ways out of this:

1 Transfer all content of CD onto an USB memory stick and copy it into the laptop.
2 you buy an external CD/DVD unit, you are going to need it if you have the acer one.
They start from $40, see the choice here.


Posted on Dec 15, 2008

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