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Copying a program on to a Cd

Posted by bostonterrier00 (My Page) on
Tue, Aug 8, 06 at 12:33

Hello All,
I have a program on my computer that I want to send through e-mail. It won't send because it is to big of a file, it's just a Windows Media file. I was wodering if anyone knew how to copy it on to a blank CD. My computer doesn't have a floppy drive. I am not very computer savvy and could use some help.
Thanks!!


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RE: Copying a program on to a Cd

If it's Windows XP, try this. Right click on the file you want to copy to CD. Point to 'Send To' on the Short Cut Menu, and choose the CD-RW Drive (E). The file should then be copied to the CD.


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RE: Copying a program on to a Cd

First you need a CD writing drive. Basic drives only read.

If you already have a writing drive, then the drive (or the computer if it came pre-installed) should have come with a software package that you use for creating CDs.


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