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Can't Choose A Folder From Non Boot Disk


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I'm using Roxio Creator NXT Pro 3.

Trying to burn a DVD data disk, but when I try to choose a folder (without dragging ) the drop down box only shows me a limited number of folders from disk C and I need to choose folders from E. Can't seam to find any option to choose another disk.

Please advise.

 

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I'm using Roxio Creator NXT Pro 3.

Trying to burn a DVD data disk, but when I try to choose a folder (without dragging ) the drop down box only shows me a limited number of folders from disk C and I need to choose folders from E. Can't seam to find any option to choose another disk.

Please advise.

 

 

Click on the little > on the left of This Pc.

 

Does that help?

 

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Did I miss which operating system you are using ? (W7--W10 ?) Makes a difference as to where you find

the Local Disk C and the "This PC"

 

If you are using W10 then it is called "File Explorer". If using W7 it's called "Windows Explorer".

Good idea to place either one on your desktop as a shortcut.

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As a personal opinion, I often find it easier to navigate my folders using the Windows Explorer than what's built into the Roxio applications. I find it quicker and less "picky" about how I click on things to expand or collapse folders. My point is that at least you're not "dead in the water" for being able to do what you need, though finding out why you can't see anything beside your boot drive in NXT 3 is still an issue.

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See the little triangle of 'dots' in the lower right corner of the Browse Box?

 

Move your cusor there until you get the diagonal arrow and Drag it Down. You should see more choices then and be able to expand Computer to get to that drive!

 

Failing that, you can use Explorer to drag over the folder ;)

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