You will need a blank, writable CD-ROM. You will also need CD creator software, The software will allow you to select all the images that you want, and then burn them to the CD. If images are embedded in another program such as a PowerPoint presentation, the using the software to copy the PowerPoint will also copy the pictures. Just doing a "Save to" will not burn the CD ROM.
I have not found program to copy photos from CD into computer ?
You will need CD burning software and an optical drive which is capable of writing.Nero 7 is good and user friendly software to do it.
how do i copy or record DVD to an ordinary CD plate?
Normally, yes you can copy the pictures from the CD to the memory card in the same way you would copy other files from one place to another on your computer.
You can copy songs from a CD to a computer. The CD is not changed in anyway.
you insert the CD then you wait for it to load. There should be a pop up box on your screen. scroll down on it till you see an icon that says "see folders" Then open the file where you have the pictures copy or cut them and paste it in the Cd's folder.
To copy a CD that is not a copy you can get a RW CD. This is a CD that can have things copied onto it.
Yes, CD's are (normally) not 'erasable' - meaning that the music is still there after you copy it.
Usually when you put the CD into the computer, autoplay will pop and and give you options such as autoplay the pictures, or copy them to your computer. If it doesnt, you can use third party software to copy pictures to your computer. You can also go to "computer" on your desktop and click on the CD. Then you can find the folder where the pictures are located, right click the folder, press copy, and then right click and paste them into whichever folder or library you want on your computer.