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Roxio Creator De 10.3: Copy A File (1.3 Gb) In My C:drive To A Cd In My D:drive - What Is An Appendable Data Disc?


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Hi all,

 

I just have Roxio Creator DE 10.3 installed in my "Windows 7" PC. I used the "Data and Backup" => Data Disc => Add Data (browsed to an exe file (13 GB) in my C:Drive => then I clicked on Load Disc (that has a recorable Sony CD-R disc (700 MB) in my D:Drive). It responded with the following message: Creator DE 10.3 Please insert an appendable data disc and try again.

 

What is an appendable data disc for this copying task?

 

Why does the recorable Sony CD-R disc (700 MB) not take the data of my .exe file (1.3 GB) in my C:Drive?

 

Please kindly help and advise.

 

Thanks,

Scott Chang

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Hi ogdens, Thanks for your response.

 

I used a DVD disc (4.7 GB of Verbatim) to do the job. It worked in a very trick way!!! Watch out where you click the "continue" button to execute the "Data Disc" Roxio Creator DE 10.3 program!!

 

Scott Chang

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Scott

 

FYI

 

What you have is a Dell oem vesion, which is a slimmed down,cut-back version of the Roxio Full version. This was made for Dell by Roxio to meet their requirements and ALL support is provided by them.

 

Most of the regular contributers on here have (had) the Retail version

 

Glad you got it working.

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