I have a Gateway PC, I think it's a 500x, about 7 years old with Windows XP.
Can I still get to my pictures? I really don't want to wipe the hard drive?
We had to replace the hard drive about 3 years ago when it went bad.
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You need to get into the bios\Cmos or setup area. In there you change the boot sequence to boot to the cdrom first and then to the hard drive. My last post I included instructions for getting puppy linux live cd and how to burn it to a cd. It has to be burned exactly how the instructions say or it won't work.
It sounds like the Sonic Recordnow isburning the file as a data file and not as a image file
If you can disable it then do so. It is not going to allow you to burn the cd right as long as it is running.
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