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trying to copy music on cd-rw

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  1. gopher1

    gopher1 Thread Starter

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    Hi I just had my computer upgraded and now I want to temporarily copy my mp3 music on a cd-rw. I have Nero I did have hot burn, I did get 2 songs on and now I keep getting a message that nero wants to format my cd-rw
    What does that mean and how do I copy the rest.
    thanks a bunch
     
  2. JohnWill

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    You copy MP3 files to CD-R/RW just like data files if you're just using it for backup. You'll first want to erase the CD-RW disk if you've started recording on it, then treat it just like a CD-R disk and drag-n-drop the files in a standard data file compilation.
     
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    gopher1 Thread Starter

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    Thanks. That helped quite a lot
    Have a nice day
     
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