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Copying programs to DVD


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I have downloaded several programs to my HD. How do I copy to a DVD? Have tried dragging but only get short cut, not the entire program.
Running Vista Home Premium SP1 on Dell Inspirion 530S.

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Programs are not transferrable from one computer to another.
You won't be able to run the program from the DVD, though you can copy the files, the program won't work anyway.
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I was not moving programs to another computer. I just want to save the programs on a DVD as a form of backup.
I appreciate your reply. As a novice I need a lot of help.

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You can't. You can however backup installation file for future use/reinstall.
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If you have 'downloads' on local disc (C:), you can back them up on a CD or DVD.
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Tahnk you all for the good advice.

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You're welcome :)
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