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Discussion in 'Windows XP' started by Arroya, Jan 29, 2005.

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  1. Arroya

    Arroya Thread Starter

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    OK my first question. I have XP2000 Prof. I have Ahead Nero programme. On my modem I have 3 "posting slots". The top one is the labelled 54XMax. presumably this is the one where I put in blank CD to enable it to be copied via Ahead Nero, this comes up on the screen as "E". The second "posting slot" is not as deep as the one above, it has 52x32x52, this comes up on screen as"F" and it has a label--- Compact Disk rewritable ultra speed----- The bottom "posting slot" is smaller altogether, I think this is for "floppy disks" After that preamble, can someone tell me in step form exactly how I can copy from a music CD to a blank CD. I am REALLY a complete and utter beginner and as yet do not understand any kind of jargon or computer speak, so please answer if you can in words easilly understood by a silver surfer or silver top! Thanks
     
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    Hi and welcome. First off, I don't think those options are available on your 'modem.' That being said, put the cd you want to copy into the 54X drive. Put the blank CD you wish to copy to, in the cd drive that says 52x32x52 and go from there. The rest is following the Nero instructions that should come up on the screen when you choose to copy a cd.
     
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