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Re: How do install a intalation dick manually, as i cant...

Er, do you mean installation disk!?

Sounds like you have autorun disabled. So put the disk in, find it on my computer & double click it. You should see a list of files. Look for something called "autorun" or the application (will end in ".exe") and you should be up & running.

You can enable autorun for future use, but it is not as easy a job as you might expect. Assuming you are running Windows, there is some help here:

But do NOT do this unless you are sure what you are doing. Otherwise you might end up having to reinstall Windows, which is even more of a pain.

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I have a Phillips CDR 775 2 -disc cd recorder and my track time is automatically set to 20 seconds. How do I increase this time per track? Also, I cannot seem to get the auto track to work when...

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