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Transfering photos from computer to cd/dvd

Pictures in My Documents/My Pictures then unable to transfer to a CD OR DVD what am I doing wrong

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You cant transfer those to cd without doing the process of Burning them to the cd/dvd.

if the pics/vids are already there on your computer, use Nero as your burning software and burn them to a blank cd or dvd. the process is simple enough. there are ways on how to burn images to a cd or dvd with nero.

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