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How To Burn Cd's On Multiple Drives

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How do you burn a cd to four different drives at the same time?

 

 

If you have the full retail version (did not come with the computer) use Creator Classic and in the Burn Options choose all the drives and load them with discs.

 

This post by Brendon shows how http://forums.support.roxio.com/topic/37669-using-two-burners-at-the-same-time/page__p__199348#entry199348

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For some reason I am burning blank or unplayable discs. I am able to select the 4 cd burners after I load blank cd's in them.

It seems to take a very short time setting up the burning then all of a sudden it says it's closing the discs.

The disc I am trying to copy says it's an audio cd/ CDFS. It is a master of a cd I made and copied before with Roxio ECDC 2007.

I am running Windows 7 and have plenty of room and power to do this simple task.

Do I need to convert the master cd to an ISO file?

I remember it being very simple last time I performed this function.

Thanks for all the help and assistance. I have about 20 cd's to make and doing 4 at a time is a quick way of getting this project finished.

 

I do have a full version of Roxio 2009.

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For some reason I am burning blank or unplayable discs. I am able to select the 4 cd burners after I load blank cd's in them.

It seems to take a very short time setting up the burning then all of a sudden it says it's closing the discs.

The disc I am trying to copy says it's an audio cd/ CDFS. It is a master of a cd I made and copied before with Roxio ECDC 2007.

I am running Windows 7 and have plenty of room and power to do this simple task.

Do I need to convert the master cd to an ISO file?

I remember it being very simple last time I performed this function.

Thanks for all the help and assistance. I have about 20 cd's to make and doing 4 at a time is a quick way of getting this project finished.

 

I do have a full version of Roxio 2009.

 

Creator 2009 is not compatible with Win 7.

 

 

http://kb.roxio.com/search.aspx?URL=/content/000075GN

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