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DiSable Roxio On Dvd Drive/ Need To Share Photos On Windows


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New to the fourm. I am trying to save(backup) most of my Photos on my Windows Vista hard drive. I have attempted several x to drag & drop from hard drive to my CD/DVD drive. I can see the system lights working, the sounds of copying, etc. But when I try to open and view the files with Windows, it says the disk is blank.Apparently Roxio has overtaken the drive, and uses its proprietary software to hide the files. Although I often use my Roxio Creator 2011 to create photo shows, videos, and DVD's, I still need to share alot of photos with friends who CANNOT open Roxio files. Is there a way to overcome this problem?

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New to the fourm. I am trying to save(backup) most of my Photos on my Windows Vista hard drive. I have attempted several x to drag & drop from hard drive to my CD/DVD drive. I can see the system lights working, the sounds of copying, etc. But when I try to open and view the files with Windows, it says the disk is blank.Apparently Roxio has overtaken the drive, and uses its proprietary software to hide the files. Although I often use my Roxio Creator 2011 to create photo shows, videos, and DVD's, I still need to share alot of photos with friends who CANNOT open Roxio files. Is there a way to overcome this problem?

 

Use Creator Classic (Burn Data Disc-Advanced) to burn those photos to a DVD. You should never have a problem reading the DVD on any computer.

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