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Solved: Need to create duplicate copies of EEG on CD-R

Discussion in 'Multimedia' started by Michelle04, Apr 1, 2010.

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  1. Michelle04

    Michelle04 Thread Starter

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    My daughter was discharged from the ER with a copy of her EEG on a CD-R. She is to follow-up with a neurologist and a neurosurgeon and she has an attorney, all of which require copies of this EEG. I am using a Compaq Presario V5000 with Windows XP and the EEG was made at the hospital utilizing Cadwell EZ Reader. Can someone instruct me as to how to make duplicate copies of this CD? Thank you.
     
  2. stantley

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    Get CDBurnerXP, a freeware CD/DVD burning program.

    When you open the program choose "Copy disc" and then "copy data". This make an exact copy of the CD.

    Put in the source CD, then it will prompt you to put in the blank CD-R. Once that's done put in another blank to make another copy.
     
  3. Michelle04

    Michelle04 Thread Starter

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    Thank you very much for your assistance. I have completed the task at hand thanks to your help. If I recall correctly from when I posted my thread, techguy requests that I do something specific to indicate if I was able to resolve my issue. Please let me know where to go/how to do this for and I will take care of it.
    Thank you again.

    Michelle
     
  4. stantley

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    You're welcome. :) I'm glad you were able to burn the CD's. You can click on "Thread Tools" and then "Mark solved".

    I hope you're daughter is doing better.
     
  5. Michelle04

    Michelle04 Thread Starter

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    OK, thanks. It's now marked "solved". Since you were so helpful on this ?, I've just posted another ? about if it's possible for me to slow down the speed at which I hear an audio file, for the purpose of transcription. Maybe you know the answer to this one as well?
     
  6. lordsmurf

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    Not really, no. The person will sound drunk if the audio is slowed down.
    I'd do that in Audacity.

    A better option is to just rewind the audio when you need to hear something again, or hit pause when you need to type and catch up.
     
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