To burn a CD,
1. Insert a blank CD into your computer and wait for the CD dialogue box to pop up
2. Click open to view files to ensure that CD is empty and ready for new files
3. Choose the software to use for burning CD e.g Windows Media, Nero Burner, Quicktime pro, LG Power tools etc
4. Initiate burn new CD from software
5. Locate the music or other files to burn to inserted CD
6. Add the located files to the chosen burning software
7. Click on "start burn", "create CD" or any other instruction displayed on the software
8. Follow the instructions displayed
9. Wait for the eject instruction before you eject CD
You are through burning your new CD
You need a CD to burn it on the CD. You select which files you want and click burn.
Depends on what model you have and what Cd's you use. But usually if you have a newer model the more variety of Cd's you can burn.
No ... but a DVD writer can burn CD's ... go figure.
why wont my music burn onto my cd's??
of course u can - HOW!!!!!!!!!! Edit: You can find here easy step by step instructions on how to burn a CD. http://dvdcdduplication.posterous.com/how-to-burn-a-cd
To burn tracks to a CD place the required tracks in a playlist then right click on the playlist's name and select Burn Playlist To Disc from the menu.
That's a definite maybe. You need to have a CD R/W (reader/writer) to burn CDs. A DVD R/W will burn CDs for you. If it can burn movies, it can burn audio.
To burn music onto a CD, you go into the song, double click or choose open, and at the top of the screen you should see burn. Before you burn the music onto the CD, make sure there is a blank CD in the disc drive.
Download an ISO of the Mac OS CD, and then burn that ISO with Nero to the CD. It will be an exact copy of that disc. If the ISO was copied from a bootable CD then the copy you burn will be bootable.
Insert a blank CD and its icon will appear on the desktop. Double click the CD's icon and drag the required files into the CD's window. Rename the CD as required. There is a Burn button in the top right corner of the CD's Window. When you are ready to burn click the Burn button. If you are gathering stuff ready to burn you can select New Burn Folder from the Finder's File menu. You can add items to this folder and click its Burn button when ready.
You can indeed burn a CD that already has files on it. You would just have to write over the other files on the CD.
It is not possible to burn a video on a CD with Realplayer. Realplayer Plus allows a person to burn a video to a DVD.
depends if it has a CD writer.
If you burn a song onto CD, that means that you are copying the song onto the CD
i have a few flv files that i am trying to burn on a cd how do i go about doing this?
because it is a DVD burner, not a CD burner
If it is a DVD-r, it can burn CDs and DVDs.
Unless you have a rewritable CD, then no, you can't.
Sure. Provided the MP3s don't have DRM protection on them, you can easily burn them to a CD with most burning programs. If you want a CD that'll play in regular CD players, burn it as an "audio CD". If you only need to use it in other computers, you can burn it as a "data CD" instead.
You can't! It's burnt! You can only burn a CD-R once; you can burn a CD-RW (re-writable) as many times as you want, though.
you need to burn a CD disk (it is recommend when you burn)at the moment you have burnt a data disk the only difference is that you cant see the song name on the CD it will show 'track'
To copy or burn music on a blank CD you will need a recordable CD. These CD's allow you to burn music or videos onto them through a computer. Blank CD's are affordable and are sold in any store.
To burn a CD from iTunes: Gather the tracks you want to burn into a playlist. Right click on the playlist's name and select Burn Playlist To Disc from the menu that appears.