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Discussion in 'Windows XP' started by greatbear, Sep 27, 2003.

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  1. greatbear

    greatbear Thread Starter

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    my computor crashed about 2 months ago

    the mouse function was nt there so i was helpless

    i called a guy in who fixed it reinstalled windows and relieved me of 80 quid

    there are a limited no of times that i can do that

    so im wondering...... if the computor finally gives up the ghost ill be left with lots of cds full op picks from the net mainly in jpeg file

    will i be able to get a cd dvr player to play these files in a slide show sequence ?


    also some of the files on disc are in word document folders will the dvd be able to get in those ??

    thanks for any info........... pete
     
  2. kiwiguy

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    "will i be able to get a cd dvr player to play these files in a slide show sequence ?"

    If you use a CD burning program such as Nero, and select the option to burn a VCD you can create a slide show that will play on a DVD player or another PC.

    VCDs are CDs that are able to be recognides on a DVD player, they are made using a CD burner so you don't need a DVD burner.

    You may have to use CD-RW disks, as many stand alone DVD players prefer them, as the cant always read CDR disks. Depends on the model of DVD player.


    "also some of the files on disc are in word document folders will the dvd be able to get in those?"

    When using Nero, you drag and drop the image files from their folder (wherever it is on the drive, you need to find them, its nothing to do with "the dvd getting in") into the files to be written pane of the Nero window.

    It only takes copies, it will not remove the file thats on your PC.
     
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