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Burning JPEG files from Computer to CD

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I'm using Roxio Creator DE V 9.0.116 for the first time in a VISTA Premium OS I uploaded about 200 JPEG files from my camera to my computer. I'm trying to copy and burn some of these JPEG files with Roxio to a CD-R. I'm not having any success. what am I doing wrong?

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I'm using Roxio Creator DE V 9.0.116 for the first time in a VISTA Premium OS I uploaded about 200 JPEG files from my camera to my computer. I'm trying to copy and burn some of these JPEG files with Roxio to a CD-R. I'm not having any success. what am I doing wrong?

 

Since you didn't say which program you are using, use Creator Classic.

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I'm using Roxio Creator DE V 9.0.116 for the first time in a VISTA Premium OS I uploaded about 200 JPEG files from my camera to my computer. I'm trying to copy and burn some of these JPEG files with Roxio to a CD-R. I'm not having any success. what am I doing wrong?

additional info is that I have Roxio Creator Copy V 3.3.0. and I copied the files into MSN's Photo Gallery. When I click on these folders, I get a message that there is nothing in them even though I have 200 JPG files. Does ROXIO require that I directly import the Pics directly into their program rather than first putting the Pics on the computer?

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additional info is that I have Roxio Creator Copy V 3.3.0. and I copied the files into MSN's Photo Gallery. When I click on these folders, I get a message that there is nothing in them even though I have 200 JPG files. Does ROXIO require that I directly import the Pics directly into their program rather than first putting the Pics on the computer?

Wrong Program! That is for copying DISCs not individual files.

 

Open Creator Classic.

  1. Navigate to the directory your files are in.
  2. Select the files you want and Add them to your Project
  3. Burn

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