Yes that is simple enough all you need to do is download the film you desire then you use a program such as nero recode to turn the film back into dvd format then simply burn the recoded film to disk. hope this helps
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if you have a blue tuth and you have a home desk top plug your blue tuth in it dont download nothing wait tell file comes up then drag and drop d burn drive then burn it then play cd in lap top and then it should sense the drive.
No in the sense that you only have one IDE controller which is currently feeding your CD/DVD drive and the other is 1 SATA controller that is going to your hard drive HOWEVER yes in the sense if you purchase a sata splitter for the drive and a sata splitter for the power you could power both the SATA burner and Hard drive off the main cable.
This is not recommended and you do so at your own risk
You may have what is called a combo drive...it can play and burn cds but can only play dvds, not burn them. Look at the face plate on the drive and see what is written on it. If it has the following: Recordable Drive = CD Burner DVD = DVD Player RW & DVD = DVD Burner
If recordable drive and DVD is on the drive but no RW, chances are its a combo drive. Keep us posted.
You need to check that with blank DVD's you are using compatible with your drive.Because the DVD's may work with your extranal drive but not with your builting drive. If this doen't slove the problem I would recommend using a different burning software other than "sonic record now" and "vista o/s Built-in dvd burner".
It could be that the burner has gone out in the drive, this is a common problem. Before you go and replace the drive, it could just be a simple driver glitch, try uninstalling the drivers for the CD drive from the device manager, then reboot. The machine will find the drive and reinstall the drivers. If this doesn't work then you can replace the drive.
please to go to your bios setting and check under boot sequence whether your hard drive is the 1st device. try to reset the bios to its default settings and after resetting it try to check again on the boot sequence to make sure that your hard drive is the first option. if you have external devices connected to the computer remove all of it.
I believe that this model has a built in drive the only way to remove it is to remove cover to the laptop. If the drive isn't working go into hardware profiles right hand click on the drive and select remove. This will remove it from windows then when you restart windows should find the drive and install the drivers. Make sure you have the software drivers before you do this.
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