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How To Change Cd Title? (easy Cd And Dvd Creator)


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Greetings,

 

I know this is probably basic, sorry! I am rather new to this.

 

When I create a CD, the title of it that appears in Windows Explorer after the drive letter is always Roxio xx. (The xx is probably the sequential number of discs burned)

 

Where do I enter a different name? I have been using the drag to disc function and find it useful but can't seem to find the correct spot to put my own CD name.

 

Thanks in advance!

 

Woofnine

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Greetings,

 

I know this is probably basic, sorry! I am rather new to this.

 

When I create a CD, the title of it that appears in Windows Explorer after the drive letter is always Roxio xx. (The xx is probably the sequential number of discs burned)

 

Where do I enter a different name? I have been using the drag to disc function and find it useful but can't seem to find the correct spot to put my own CD name.

 

Thanks in advance!

 

Woofnine

There are 5 burning programs in the Suite, which one are you using?

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Jim,

 

I bought the basic "Easy CD and DVD Creator", the stripped down version. As I mentioned, I

have been using the drag to disc function.

 

Does that answer your question?

 

W

You would be well to find a safer way to use your program, look through here and note all of the D2D horror stories.

 

From the Help File:

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You would be well to find a safer way to use your program, look through here and note all of the D2D horror stories.

 

From the Help File:

post-39730-1223995367.jpg

 

 

I am using it to put an e-catalog on disc. What do you suggest for a "safer" way?

 

I am using it to put an e-catalog on disc. What do you suggest for a "safer" way?

 

When you say safer, what are the issues, data loss? Bad burns? I am obviously not well versed on this

 

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I am using it to put an e-catalog on disc. What do you suggest for a "safer" way?

 

When you say safer, what are the issues, data loss? Bad burns? I am obviously not well versed on this

Packet-Writing (Drag2Disc, Sonic's DLA, Nero's InCD, etc) is notorious for turning into an unreadable disc, thereby losing all of the data on it.

 

I don't know what you mean by an 'e-catalogue'.

 

If it is a number of different files you want to keep, use a Sessions-based program such as Creator Classic in ECD/DVDC 6, or WinXP's built-in burning.

 

If it is something you want to change a lot, I'd suggest a Flash drive (aka Pen / Thumb / Keychain / Jump drive).

 

Packet-Writing is probably ok for moving files to another computer when the original file is safely on the originating computer, but as a way of archiving data is best known for permantly losing data. Been there, done that.

 

Lynn

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Packet-Writing (Drag2Disc, Sonic's DLA, Nero's InCD, etc) is notorious for turning into an unreadable disc, thereby losing all of the data on it.

 

I don't know what you mean by an 'e-catalogue'.

 

If it is a number of different files you want to keep, use a Sessions-based program such as Creator Classic in ECD/DVDC 6, or WinXP's built-in burning.

 

If it is something you want to change a lot, I'd suggest a Flash drive (aka Pen / Thumb / Keychain / Jump drive).

 

Packet-Writing is probably ok for moving files to another computer when the original file is safely on the originating computer, but as a way of archiving data is best known for permantly losing data. Been there, done that.

 

Lynn

 

 

Thank You both for your help.

 

I did some reading and now have a better understanding of the drag and drop method. You're obviously correct, not so safe.

 

By "e-catalog", I simply meant a product catalog on a disc rather than on paper. One of those flip book kind of things. Not a pretty picture if packets are dropped in the burn process.

 

Sorry for not taking the time to research before asking, I was under a bit of a time press. Your posts helped steer me in the proper direction.

 

Thanks again! ;)

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