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My problem is that I had to store a file on a CD of Tolhurst to be exported. So I can not use any part of Roxio, I can see which is suitable for long-term storage. With this file being our file that has to be exported from the program. Not copied. It can be imported, again if needed and I cannot see a way of formatting. A CD-R except for drag-and-drop, can I do not want to use this

 

Thanks and advanced Michelle.

 

PS, I can't even see any way of doing it even if I did not have Easy Media Creator 9 on one machine. I hope there is someone with knowledge out there. That may be able to help me

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My problem is that I had to store a file on a CD of Tolhurst to be exported. So I can not use any part of Roxio, I can see which is suitable for long-term storage. With this file being our file that has to be exported from the program. Not copied. It can be imported, again if needed and I cannot see a way of formatting. A CD-R except for drag-and-drop, can I do not want to use this

 

Thanks and advanced Michelle.

 

PS, I can't even see any way of doing it even if I did not have Easy Media Creator 9 on one machine. I hope there is someone with knowledge out there. That may be able to help me

 

What is Tolhurst? And what did you do to store a file on a CD of Tolhurst? It sounds like it has nothing to do with Roxio.

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Tolhurst? Maybe this person:

 

Laurence "Lol" Tolhurst (born Laurence Andrew Tolhurst, 3 February 1959, in Horley, Surrey, England) is a founding member and former drummer/keyboardist for the UK goth rock band, The Cure.

 

Thanks, but I did a search, prior to my post, and I found a multitude of different Tolhursts. I am wondering what it has to do with importing, exporting, or burning files. :)

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