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Drag-To-Disk And Cd-Rw Discs Original Capacity 700 Mb


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I consider possibility to download and install Roxio Easy Media Creator 8 because to me it is necessary Drag-to-Disc. However me confuse that user guide Roxio Easy Media Creator 8 describes the following requirement Drag-to-Disc on compatibility with CD-RW disks: their original capacity should make 210 MB or 650 MB.

I would like to specify the following. Whether we will combine Drag-to-Disc with disks of CD-RW in original capacity 700 MB?

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I consider possibility to download and install Roxio Easy Media Creator 8 because to me it is necessary Drag-to-Disc. However me confuse that user guide Roxio Easy Media Creator 8 describes the following requirement Drag-to-Disc on compatibility with CD-RW disks: their original capacity should make 210 MB or 650 MB.

I would like to specify the following. Whether we will combine Drag-to-Disc with disks of CD-RW in original capacity 700 MB?

 

 

Don't use the unreliable packet writing application called, Drag to Disc .

 

Use Creator Classic and write a full data disc or use Creator Classic to write data sessions to DVD + - R or CD-R media not RW.

 

There are many,many post's on this subject in this forum, here's just one:

http://forums.support.roxio.com/topic/18951-d2d-any-alternatives/

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