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  1. Hello Community, I had made a HUGE mistake by not using Roxio to burn DVD when I upgraded to Windows 10. The disks I burned turned out to be Data Disks and not DVDs. All files seem to be in tact on the DVD (files, data structure, names, size, etc...) is there a way I can turn these data disks into DVD so I can play them on my DVD player Your help is greatly appreciated. Thanks, Wally
  2. Hello, 2 years ago, I purchased Roxio NXT, and have now upgraded to NXT2, and in BOTH versions I have had the exact same problem: I cannot copy the My Documents folder into the burn window when creating a data disk. It does not matter if I manually copy/paste, or try drag-n-drop... ..any approach does not allow copying this folder into the burn window IF I SELECT AT THE FOLDER (My Documents) level. HOWEVER, if I open My Documents, I am able to copy all individual folders into the burn window. Any ideas to explain this goofiness? Window7 Ultimate, 64bit, 32GB RAM, i7.