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Re: HOW DO YOU CREATE A CD OR COPY A CD
1rst, make a file with your downloaded info. name it soe you can remember it easily "such as downloaded or whatever" and place it somewhere easy, etc my documents etc etc.
I ALWAYS run a antivirus anti spyware on the folder, this is if you have a program that allows you to do this. If not you can go to www.trendmicro.com and run 1 for free.
After all is clear insert your blank cd or dvd.
A window should pop up asking you what you would like to do. Choose burn to cd. At this point a 2nd window should pop up which allows you to drag and drop or choose the folder and files which you created in the earlier steps.
When you are finished choose " burn these files to cd" which is usually in the upper left. I am not sure what OS your running but this is standard for XP.
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Re: HOW DO YOU CREATE A CD OR COPY A CD
Click on my computer, then insert a blank disc into the writer hard drive. Then put things you want to burn on the disc. Then burn the things on the disc. And if you have a disc copying program, Insert a blank disc into the writer drive and insert the disc you want to copy and then copy the cd.
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maybe someone else has already registered those devices before ? not sure but this could be one of the things. hope this helps. or you can create an account creating another email if you have another one.
UNetbootin can create a bootable Live USB drive, or it can make a
"frugal install" on your local hard disk if you don't have a USB drive.
It loads distributions either by downloading a ISO (CD image) files for
you, or by using an ISO file you've already downloaded.
The current version has built-in support for automatically downloading and loading the following distributions, though installing other distributions is also supported:
Look at all the tracks in the playlist that you're trying to burn to CD - is there a track that you've perhaps forgotten about still in the playlist, one of less than 5 seconds? When you press Create CD, you're telling the Alesis to create a CD from the WHOLE of the current playlist, not just the track you recorded most recently ...
Hello, the only way I know, and it's only for XP, not W7, is to create a bootable cd with a Windows reset program on it. You'll need a cd copy of Windows to create it though. If you Google BartPE and include 'Windows password reset' you'll find the info you need. p.s. you also need a computer you can burn the bootable CD on.
You are talking about Magnavox MWD2205 DVD/CD player with video casette recorder I thinks. If so, I've its user manual with me, but I can't send its copy to you by this site as it does not allow me to send pdf files. I don't remember from which site I've downloaded it. If you want its copy, send your email address to me by FixYa comment box. I'll send a copy of it to you by return mail. OK.
One of the things I've experienced with the Lexmark drivers is if you have a multiple-core or laptop processor, the drivers may not install correctly-
One solution I got from the Lexmark Support team (mind this was a few years ago, so this may not work!) In Product.INI- edit the info under system requirement to the following: [System_Requirement] Memory=0080,0080,0200 ProcessorSpeed=0000,0000,0000 DiskSpace=01F4,01F4,01F4
If you're running the install program from the install disk CD, it may be attempting to create a work folder on the CD instead of your hard drive. I would drag a copy of the install program onto your hard drive first and then launch the copy on your hard drive. Let me know if that solves your install woes... best of luck on this. K
XP can not be installed from usb as the bios does not enable it. Plug the ide hard drive into an older desktop system and install from boot on cd. Once all files are copied over then you need to copy the i386 folder over from the cd. Reinstall the hard drive into the toughbook and carry on the install from there.
If you are speaking for your laptop, double click my computer and see if you have a D drive, most newer computers have a partition on the hard drive that has the recovery feature installed on the D drive. You would need to boot in the SAFE mode if possible and go to the D drive and run setup.exe. If this is not possible, you will have to purchase a new operating system CD and probably have to download drivers from Toshiba for your laptop. Good Luck - BPCS