I am trying to burn data files and it gives me: The option to continue an existing CD is disabled, because you have selected the image recorder. Select you real recorder by using the menu command "CD Recorder" 'choose recorder' to enable this feature.
On the menu, I clicked on Recorder, then choose recorder and Image Recorder is the only one lister.
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If your PS2 is made pre-2009 (has a manufacturer number less than 9xxxxxxxx) then you can use a bootloader to unlock the USB and hardrive to play "backed up" games and AVI movies.
You will need on of these things: 1) an original copy of 007 Agent Under Fire or an original PS1 game, to use as a "trigger" disk. 2) a original copy of Gameshark, SwapMagic, or CodeBreaker for PS2 (DL'ed copies wont work)
and you will need: 1) a memory card plugged into your PS2 slot 1 2) a USB drive
Now do this:
Load the boatloader ELF file from a burner "backup copy" of your 007 disk (using the "disk swap trick" on your "sensor-modded" PS2. I used ESR Disk Patcher and Apache V1.1 to alter the TOC values of the ELF file and "patch" the ISO file before burning, and I used the disk swap trick after playing level one of the game, saving, and then loading the "driving level" (level 2).
OR use SwapMagic or similar tool to load the bootloader. You can find Youtube videos detailing this process.
Install Free McBoot onto your memcard using the bootloader. You can use the "noobie package", use google to find this and put the files onto yor USB card. Voila! Now you can play AVI files or "backed up" games from USB or hard-drive, among other fun things.
Connect it to a different computer.
Copy its files to the 'C:' drive.
Burn a copy of the files to a CD/DVD-writable disk.
Then "format" the device.
Copy the files back onto the device.
Use the CD/DVD disk on your computer.
* use Ethernet cables to connect the network-port on each computer to a "router" (one of those boxes that "splits" your Internet signal, and might provide "wireless" access inside your home), and then enable "file-sharing" on both computers.
Then, the computers can "talk" to each other, via the router.
* write all the files to an external storage device, e.g., USB memory-stick or Western Digital Passport device. Move the device to the other computer, and copy from the device onto the computer.
* "burn" all the files to CD-recordable or DVD-recordable disks.
Move the disks to the new computer.
It sounds like the computer may be trying to boot of of a CD or USB drive. Make sure no discs are in the drive and that nothing other than the AC cable is plugged in when you turn it on.
If that doesn't fix it, it's probably a problem with your Hard Drive and/or the BIOS. In either case, the best thing to do is to send it in to HP to be fixed, as there is a 1 year manufacturers warranty.
HP costumer service can be found here: http://welcome.hp.com/country/us/en/contact_us.html
They will send you a box to put your computer in, and pre-pay postage.
i prefer u to use windows 7 ,it cheap and convienience in burning and any kind of disk without a programme(like nero) to do that and it have usb mobe for cd or dvdr mean it use your cd/dvd r like a usb (read,delete file even it a cd-r not a cd-rw)just simply double click in your drive and it will ask u to do that
You can make a copy of your .pst file which essentially holds all of your email. Do a search of your computer for *.pst. Make a copy and paste where you know you can find it. Right click the copy of the file and select send to cdrom from the drop down list. You're task bar will pop up saying you have files waiting to be written to cd. Click this windows, select burn files to cd from the left menu.