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hp image zone older version

Discussion in 'All Other Software' started by kc97g, Jan 25, 2013.

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  1. kc97g

    kc97g Thread Starter

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    Hello
    kc97g here
    Having a small problem with an older version of hp image zone. There are pictures that are in this software and I am unable to down load them to a cd . How do i do this running win xp
    Thanks
     
  2. flavallee

    flavallee Trusted Advisor

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    You cannot simply download/transfer photo files to a disc. They need to be burned to the disc with disc burning software.

    Are all those photo files in .jpg format?

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  3. kc97g

    kc97g Thread Starter

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    Hello I am new to your system so bear with me I will get it figured out.
    I posted one thread about trying to take pictures from a older version of hp image zone and putting them on a cd. I realize I have to burn them to a cd I just forgot to state that. I have a good cd burner set up and am familiar with burning cd's. I have tried several things that I have searched on google but still no luck. These pictures are on a old computer I am getting rid of so I want to keep them s. Running win.xp Thanks for your help
    kc97g
     
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    Cookiegal Administrator Malware Specialist Coordinator

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    I've merged your two threads together. Please do not start a new thread to reply to an existing one.
     
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