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Appearance of burned files


liamrowan

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I burned several different types of files to a disc (photos/jpg and audio files). When I open up the newly burned disc in "My Computer," the files all have a blue arrow pointing down on them and the icon looks washed out, like a watermark. At the top of the dialog box are the words, "Files Ready to Be Written to Disc." I can't figure out why this is happening. I'd prefer them to appear as they do on my computer, with "normal" looking icons. I'm using Roxio 9.0 on Windows Vista. Ideas?

 

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William

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I burned several different types of files to a disc (photos/jpg and audio files). When I open up the newly burned disc in "My Computer," the files all have a blue arrow pointing down on them and the icon looks washed out, like a watermark. At the top of the dialog box are the words, "Files Ready to Be Written to Disc." I can't figure out why this is happening. I'd prefer them to appear as they do on my computer, with "normal" looking icons. I'm using Roxio 9.0 on Windows Vista. Ideas?

 

Thanks,

 

William

The heading Files Ready to Be Written to Disc indicates you have yet to burn them.

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I burned several different types of files to a disc (photos/jpg and audio files). When I open up the newly burned disc in "My Computer," the files all have a blue arrow pointing down on them and the icon looks washed out, like a watermark. At the top of the dialog box are the words, "Files Ready to Be Written to Disc." I can't figure out why this is happening. I'd prefer them to appear as they do on my computer, with "normal" looking icons. I'm using Roxio 9.0 on Windows Vista. Ideas?

 

Thanks,

 

William

 

You're not using Roxio to burn those, then. That is a message you get with the goofy 2-step process with the native Windows burning program.

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You're not using Roxio to burn those, then. That is a message you get with the goofy 2-step process with the native Windows burning program.

 

IMAPI CD-Burning COM Service

 

Manages CD recording using Image Mastering Applications Programming Interface (IMAPI). If this service is stopped, this computer will be unable to record CDs. If this service is disabled, any services that explicitly depend on it will fail to start.

 

Under Services in XP, mine is set to manual.

 

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