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For you to view pictures located on a CD, you will place the disc in your CD-Rom drive of your computer. If you are running Windows XP, it should pop up a window that asks what would you like to do with this disc. At the bottom of this window it should offer you an option to either view files or if it recognizes that you only have pictures on the disc, it may offer you the chance to open your picture viewer from there. If the window doesn't pop up then you will need to double click on "My Computer" icon on your desktop, in the my computer window, double click on the "Drive" that corresponds with your CD-Rom drive, probably going to be "D" drive. This should open the contents of the disc. By double clicking on one of the pictures it should open your default picture viewer for you to view them.

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Posted on Jul 03, 2008

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    Thomas Van Tress Jul 03, 2008

    There isn't a need for you to be on the internet to view the files located on your disc.

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