CD and DVD Drives
Audio Editing and Recording
Burning a CD?
All you have to do is put your CD in the computer, the computer
will notice the CD, ask if you want to listen, and in the top left
corner, there will be a option saying to copy the misic in the
computer, and there you are !
Asked in Software and Applications (non-game)
What is the difference between writing a CD and burning a CD?
Where can you download the Nero CD Burning software on your computer?
Does burning a CD erase the music from your computer?
Asked in CD and DVD Drives
What is a good cd burning software to back up my files?
Asked in Computers, Music, iPod
How do you transfer music from your computer on to a CD?
You need CD burning software and a CD burner, first off. Then, in your CD burning software, you generally select "Create a Music CD." You then simply drag tunes onto the CD within the program, and the software automatically changes them to the correct format for a CD player. Once your CD layout is full, hit the Burn button, and when it finishes, you have a CD that you can play in a CD player.
Asked in Computer Terminology, Microsoft Windows, MP3 Players Audio and Sound Systems, The Difference Between
What is the difference between writing files to a CD and burning a CD?
Asked in Computer Hardware, DIY Projects
How do you create a boot CD?
Asked in Microsoft Windows, CD and DVD Drives
What is the difference between copy CD and burn CD from the computer?
To "burn" a CD is to imprint information on it, creating a new, useful CD from a formerly blank one. The information could be newly created on the computer and "saved" to the CD through "burning." Typically, "copy" means to duplicate information from one CD onto another through the "burning" process. Both terms are used fairly loosely. The term "burning" is derived from the concept that a laser creates microscopic imperfections in a layer of the CD below the top protective film, a process similar to burning with a torch, though on an incredibly small scale.