Question about Microsoft Windows XP Home Edition
Ok ...practically you have to burn into a cd some pictures that ya have stored into your computer ....if we are talking about a cd and not a dvd...its easy...you do not need aditional program to do that cause windows xp already have a program built in that allow ya to make a cd...
so ...insert a blank cd into the disk drive ...first ...than locate the pictures you want to put on the cd ...and copy them into the disk drive folder...they will look like they are blured ..cause in this moment they are temporary files there ....in the left side you have some tasks ....one of them says : write this files on cd ....click on it ...and the wizard for writing files on cd will start ...choose a name for the cd ...or leave it with the date ...and click next ....the wizard will do the job ...
the only thing you have to keep in mind is that a cd has only 700 M space on ...and you do not have to load more than that .
the easy way is to make a folder first and put all the files on it ...and then add teh folder to the drive folder, in this way you will have better control on the amount of files you add....
second, ....if you want to burn a DVD disk ...you will have to install a program to do that ..such as NERO ....or any other program that assist on burning ...
Posted on Sep 08, 2009
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