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Help for simple CD burning


ebrogren

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I am a new user of Creator 9, but a long time user of Creator 4. 4 was so nice and simple to use, but I find 9 totally confusing. All I want to do is format a CD-R, copy files to it, maybe close it, maybe leave it open, and later reopen it, add more files to it, maybe close it, maybe leave it open, etc. At this stage I'm not interested in copying CD's or DVD's, or any other tasks that the 256-page Creator 9 User Guide overwhelms me with. Can anyone walk me through the steps that in 9 will do only what I did so easily in 4? Thank you.

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I can't suggest Drag to Disc as I don't feel it trustworthy. Your best bet is to use Creator Classic and it's appendable function. If you want to write to it again, uncheck the 'read-only' box. If you want to close it, check the box. If unchecked and you want to add to it, shortly after you insert the disc, you should get a pop up bubble asking if you want to add files to the disc. Once you do that, you can add to what you already have on that disc.

 

Thank you. Paul. I'll give your recommendations a try.

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I am a new user of Creator 9, but a long time user of Creator 4. 4 was so nice and simple to use, but I find 9 totally confusing. All I want to do is format a CD-R, copy files to it, maybe close it, maybe leave it open, and later reopen it, add more files to it, maybe close it, maybe leave it open, etc. At this stage I'm not interested in copying CD's or DVD's, or any other tasks that the 256-page Creator 9 User Guide overwhelms me with. Can anyone walk me through the steps that in 9 will do only what I did so easily in 4? Thank you.

I can't suggest Drag to Disc as I don't feel it trustworthy. Your best bet is to use Creator Classic and it's appendable function. If you want to write to it again, uncheck the 'read-only' box. If you want to close it, check the box. If unchecked and you want to add to it, shortly after you insert the disc, you should get a pop up bubble asking if you want to add files to the disc. Once you do that, you can add to what you already have on that disc.

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