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waynf

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I am encountering difficulty burning a web-page to a CD-R or CD-RW. I get Wizard box indicating that disk may no longer be writable. I inserted new disk right out of package and same result. Please note that there are already files on used disk which were burned without a hitch.

On used CD-R disk I checked as follows: OPEN>EXPLORE>PROPERTIES and I get graphics with chart showing the following:

Used space on disk: 159,744
Available space on disk: 560,615,424

Please advise.

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Are you saving the webpage to a folder on your hard drive? It is much easier to burn the webpage that way.

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I finally found a way to save the web page to the CD-R. I was obliged to save the web page to my Desktop, then right clicked OPEN>SEND TO>(D) DISK.

Thanks anyway.
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