Solved taking photos off of my cd-rw

December 5, 2012 at 17:09:22
Specs: Windows 7

wanting to take all my photos off my cd-rw so i can put music on it. how should i go about doing that?
-Jessica

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#1
December 5, 2012 at 17:57:13
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Are you intending to put the photo's elsewhere, if so where do you have in mind?

If you insert your CD-RW disk then go to "Computer" you should find the disk drive there. If you open it you should see the contents (your photo files). There you can either copy and paste them to some other storage medium or delete them all if they are unwanted.

To do so you first highlight a file with a single left click. Having done that you can highlight the lot using the keys Ctrl + A (together).

Not quite sure if the above is what you wanted to know so I'll await your response.

EDIT:
CD-RW's are not all that reliable. You might be better off simply putting your music onto a new CD-R disk.

Always pop back and let us know the outcome - thanks


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#2
December 6, 2012 at 15:10:57

A couple of points to touch on here. If you formatted the CD-RW in the UDF (drag and drop) format so you can add and remove files as Derek explained, you will have issues with creating an audio CD.

If you are putting MP3 files on the disc to play on your computer, then it will work. If you are planning on making an audio CD to play in a CD player, you will have to format it as a blank disc without the UDF format.


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