How to Burn Files to a CD in Windows XP?

Answer Windows XP provides the option for you to easily copy files to a CD without having to use any additional CD Creating software.

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Burn windows 7 files on dvd-rw?

no.drd-rw stands for digital versatile disc-rewritableie you can use it more then once by ereasing data which is written on can use dvd-R which are cheaper then dvd-rwit does not matter whic... Read More »

How to Burn DMG Files in Windows?

DMG images are the standard method for storing large amounts of data on a Mac computer. On a Mac, double-clicking a DMG will mount the image so that you can use the data or application within. if y... Read More »

How do I burn Windows XP setup files to a CD?

Put a blank CD into your CD or DVD burner (the CD must be CD-R or CD-RW). Navigate to the Windows XP setup files that you want to burn. Select all of the files by pressing the "Ctrl" and "A" keys o... Read More »

Can Windows Media Player burn wav files onto an audio cd?

Windows Media Player can burn WAV files onto an audio CD. The Media Player also supports burning WMA and MP3 files to an audio CD as well as data CDs and DVDs.References:Microsoft: Burn a CD or DVD... Read More »