Downloading my folders onto Compaq rewwritable CD-RW DATA???
I HAVE A WINDOWS ME AND UNSURE ON HOW TO DOWNLOAD MY FOLDERS ONTO DISCS. CAN YOU RECOMMEND A SITE WHERE I CAN GET THIS INFORMATION. I HAVE 650 MB/74 MINUTES-5 PACK.
I HAVE 255.0 MB. I ONLY WANT SEVERAL FOLDERS, NOT EVERY FOLDER. THANK YOU.
P.S. MY SYSTEM IS ACTING REALLY, REALLY STRANGE RIGHT NOW.
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You can download the device drivers from the Compaq/HP WEBsupport/download page. Make sure you select your model laptop and the Windowsdrivers you require and install them. Click on this link to download thedrivers: - http://welcome.hp.com/country/au/en/cs/support.html
CD-RW stands for CD re-writeable. This type of disc can be written on or "burned" multiple times. However, in order to burn music or data onto a CD-RW that already has something on it, you must first erase the current contents of the disc. No special software is needed to do this, as you can do it with the Windows Media Player program, which already comes installed on all computers with the Windows operating system. Regular CD-R discs cannot be erased or reused--the discs must be labeled as CD-RW.
Instructions Step 1.
Click on the "Start" menu button in the lower left-hand corner of the screen. Select "Windows Media Player" from the pop-up menu.
Select the "Library" tab in the main Windows Media Player screen.
Insert the CD-RW that you want to erase in the CD-ROM drive. Close the "AutoPlay" window if it appears.
Right-click the CD-ROM drive in the "Navigation" pane on the left side of Windows Media Player. Select "Erase disc" from the drop-down menu. This will automatically erase the contents of the disc.
Unfortunately you can't re-use the disc, you can format it, but that's just going to destroy any data already written onto it. The discs are layered in specific manners to either allow you to re-use them or not. Formatting a R disc is the same as breaking it in half.
CD-R = one time use (or +R)
CD-RW = multiple uses (or +RW)
The same rules apply for DVD discs except you can find DVD-RAM which = infinite uses but cannot be read by all devices
it's easy to burn music into a cd first make sure that your computer has a cd-r or cd-rw drive second insert a blank cd-r or cd-rw into the drive third find the music files you want to burn onto the cd forth open my computer and start dragging the files onto the cd icon on my computer
once you have finished dragging your files open the cd on my computer and click on write files to cd,
Hi thanks for your input. I'm still unsure as to the cause but I think this will help...
If you go to Control Panel>Folder Options >View
You will see this listed:
Hide Extensions for known file types.
If that is checked, uncheck it. It is a security question. Often a virus will have a double extension. This way you can spot it right away. If you ever see something like whatever.exe.jpg for example. Do not open it. Scan for viruses
try to roll back the driver , if that doesn't work go to the manufactures web site and download the driver . if it still doesn't record install the drive in another computer and if it doesn't work then it maybe a bad drive itself