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Mick43

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I've looked all over, and do not see anywhere that allows me to make 2 copies at once. I don't see any of the screenshots that have been posted. Any ideas?

 

You mean you can't see the screenshots that were posted or do you mean you can't see where you can select the burners to make the 2 copies at once. sknis last post how to set it up for simultaneous burns.

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I've looked all over, and do not see anywhere that allows me to make 2 copies at once. I don't see any of the screenshots that have been posted. Any ideas?

 

If you can't see the Attached image in post #8. I'll bet your not a registered user and aren't signed into the forum?

 

 

I have that same problem under a alias not signed in..

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I've looked all over, and do not see anywhere that allows me to make 2 copies at once. I don't see any of the screenshots that have been posted. Any ideas?

 

Hi Mick,

 

You can't burn two discs at once with "Burn Disc Image" from the Home Application.

 

You need to go to Data/Copy then "Burn Data Disc Advanced", which will run Creator Classic for you.

Once in Creator Classic, you'll see this screen.

 

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Select "Burn Disc from Image File", choose your ISO, and the 'Burn Setup' box will appear as above. Tick the box for both drives and click OK to burn.

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First off, make copies of WHAT ??? And what C2011 Pro program are you using that you want to burn (or "Make") two copies of ??? If you happen to be using "Creator Class" to make your copies and want to burn more than one copy, you might want to burn the file to an "ISO" and then use it to burn more than one copy.

 

Frank...

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First off, make copies of WHAT ??? And what C2011 Pro program are you using that you want to burn (or "Make") two copies of ??? If you happen to be using "Creator Class" to make your copies and want to burn more than one copy, you might want to burn the file to an "ISO" and then use it to burn more than one copy.

 

Frank...

 

With Roxio 2010, I could make 2 copies of an ISO file at once, with 2 burners on my PC. With Roxio 2011 Pro, I don't see the option to burn with 2 drives at once.

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