burn from one cd to another


D

Dallas

hey all,

never done this & not sure i can so any step by step would be appreciated.

i do have a dual cd/dvd burner set up.

many thanks & enjoy your weekends
--
Dallas.....

Dell P 4, 3GHz, 512 MB DDR SDRAM, 160 GB, Win XP HomeSP2,
16X DVD-ROM & ,6X DVD+/RW, IE7, OE6, DSL, via AT&T. I use these on a regular
basis: Malwarebytes' Anti-Malware, Ad-Aware, Spybot, Spyware Blaster, Window
Defender, BitDefender & Ccleaner
 
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orange

Dallas said:
hey all,

never done this & not sure i can so any step by step would be appreciated.

i do have a dual cd/dvd burner set up.

many thanks & enjoy your weekends
--
Dallas.....

Dell P 4, 3GHz, 512 MB DDR SDRAM, 160 GB, Win XP HomeSP2,
16X DVD-ROM & ,6X DVD+/RW, IE7, OE6, DSL, via AT&T. I use these on a
regular basis: Malwarebytes' Anti-Malware, Ad-Aware, Spybot, Spyware
Blaster, Window Defender, BitDefender & Ccleaner
Depends what software you have, WPM, Nero, Roxio, XPBurner etc.......

This is simple to use :

http://cdburnerxp.se/

First of all you will have to make an image of the CD you want to copy, and
you'll only need to use 1 of your writers (use the most recent one).

For the above software see this help page :

http://cdburnerxp.se/help/

Notice the "Copy" button to click on when the software opens up. Follow the
instructions, you'll have to put the disk to be copied in first, then when
prompted put the blank CD in the SAME burner.

Do not forget to finalise the CD or it will be unreadable in your car, hifi
etc. There will be an option for this.

There an other way :

1) Rip the CD to hard disk using, for example, Audio Grabber. Google and
you'll find it. Its straightforward to use.


2) Once ripped, fire up your burning software and use it to burn the tracks
you've ripped. Finalise the CD as well.

Cheers,
Jerry
 
O

orange

orange said:
Depends what software you have, WPM, Nero, Roxio, XPBurner etc.......

This is simple to use :

http://cdburnerxp.se/

First of all you will have to make an image of the CD you want to copy,
and you'll only need to use 1 of your writers (use the most recent one).

For the above software see this help page :

http://cdburnerxp.se/help/

Notice the "Copy" button to click on when the software opens up. Follow
the instructions, you'll have to put the disk to be copied in first, then
when prompted put the blank CD in the SAME burner.

Do not forget to finalise the CD or it will be unreadable in your car,
hifi etc. There will be an option for this.

There an other way :

1) Rip the CD to hard disk using, for example, Audio Grabber. Google and
you'll find it. Its straightforward to use.


2) Once ripped, fire up your burning software and use it to burn the
tracks you've ripped. Finalise the CD as well.

Cheers,
Jerry
BTW, dump most of the anti malware in your signature. You don't need them
all.

The simplest thing is to keep Bitdefender (will protect you from certain
websites) and CcCleaner (clean up the cookies, HD etc + the registry. You're
clogging up your PC and if they are all set to start up and scan at boot-up,
well, you may as well go out and have a walk !

Make sure you have an AntiVirus - Avast is free and has a small memory
footprint, which you need for your PC as its not got a lot of RAM.

Cheers,
Jerry


Cheers,
Jerry
 
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Dallas

great, thanks so very much jerry!

best & blessings....

--
Dallas.....

Dell P 4, 3GHz, 512 MB DDR SDRAM, 160 GB, Win XP HomeSP2,
16X DVD-ROM & ,6X DVD+/RW, IE7, OE6, DSL, via AT&T. I use these on a regular
basis: Malwarebytes' Anti-Malware, Ad-Aware, Spybot, Spyware Blaster, Window
Defender, BitDefender & Ccleaner
 

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