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Old September 19th, 2003, 07:07 PM
 
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Burning Question



I do not under stand how I am to burn the CD file that the software
builds? I do not have any of the software they say to pick from? I
have a sony CD burner with its own software. Anyone out there who can
help me???


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Old September 19th, 2003, 11:54 PM
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Burning Question



You can try the built in burner in 5.1 but it is not complete and only works for
50% of burners:

http://www.xat.com/xatshow/eng.html

Chris.

>I do not under stand how I am to burn the CD file that the software
>builds? I do not have any of the software they say to pick from? I
>have a sony CD burner with its own software. Anyone out there who can
>help me???
>


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Old September 20th, 2003, 01:38 AM
 
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Burning Question



I did try and nothing happened so I saved the file and tried to burn
it but it must have been the wrong format for my burner. What should
I set as the software I am to use?
Can I save a image file and then burn it as file to a disk?

> You can try the built in burner in 5.1 but it is not complete and
only works for
> 50% of burners:
>
> http://www.xat.com/xatshow/eng.html
>
> Chris.
>
> >I do not under stand how I am to burn the CD file that the
software
> >builds? I do not have any of the software they say to pick from? I
> >have a sony CD burner with its own software. Anyone out there who
can
> >help me???
> >


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Old September 20th, 2003, 03:03 PM
 
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Burning Question





I don't have the program on this computer. But I remember that as one
of the outputs you can create an ISO image file. I believe you can burn
this with your cd software. I did this with mine as my burning program
was not supported. If this does not help repost and I will go thru the
exact steps that I used with the program.

J

wgmccracken wrote:

> I do not under stand how I am to burn the CD file that the software
> builds? I do not have any of the software they say to pick from? I
> have a sony CD burner with its own software. Anyone out there who can
> help me???
>
>
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Old September 21st, 2003, 03:03 PM
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Burning Question



>I did try and nothing happened so I saved the file and tried to burn
>it but it must have been the wrong format for my burner. What should
>I set as the software I am to use?

With 5.1 "Built in CD writer"

> Can I save a image file and then burn it as file to a disk?

Only if you have Easy CD, Nero, Record Now.

Chris.


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Old September 22nd, 2003, 02:22 PM
 
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Burning Question



I did try ISO and it just burned teh file ISO or I did not do something
when I burned it.

> I don't have the program on this computer. But I remember that as one
> of the outputs you can create an ISO image file. I believe you can
burn
> this with your cd software. I did this with mine as my burning
program
> was not supported. If this does not help repost and I will go thru
the
> exact steps that I used with the program.
>
> J
>
> wgmccracken wrote:
>
> > I do not under stand how I am to burn the CD file that the software
> > builds? I do not have any of the software they say to pick from? I
> > have a sony CD burner with its own software. Anyone out there who
can
> > help me???
> >
> >
> > Yahoo! Groups Sponsor
> ADVERTISEMENT
> [click here]
>
> >
> >


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