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If your operating system recognises the DVD it is pretty straight forward. If the DVD is and add-on the it probably came with some kind of burning software. MS Media player will usually simplify the process. Some system s both a DVD player and a Burner, make sure to use the correct unit to burn with
Posted on Jan 07, 2009
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