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mattiethecaddy

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I'm having trouble with my DVD burner. I'm trying to place the pictures of my son growing up on DVD to back them up. Every time I try to drag and drop the folder to the drive(I do this by opening My Documents and drag them to the drive under My Computer) I get a message saying "D:\ is not accessible". The drive is enabled and as far as I know it is set to burn DVDs. I know it is capable of burning DVDs because I have done it before using InterVideo Win DVD about a year ago but I don't think that program will do what I want to do. Please give me some advice, I don't want to risk losing precious memories. The folder containing the pictures is approx. 3.75GB and I don't want to use multiple CDs.
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Do you have a blank dvd in the drive when you drag and drop? If not, try that.

Edited by Ferrari, 23 February 2010 - 12:51 AM.

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Yes I did. However, never mind. I just had to download a different software(Sonic wasn't working for some reason)and it worked fine. Thanks for your time!
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No problem, software was going to be my next step. :) Good luck with everything.
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