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How do I copy a disc?
How do I copy a disc? In order to copy a disc, you need to copy all the files on that disc to your computer, and then choose those files for burning. In general, you can only copy personal data discs, because they are not copy protected.
2009-05-12, 4600👍, 0💬

Can I make additional copies of a disc I just burned?
Can I make additional copies of a disc I just burned? Windows does not include the option to make another copy of a disc you have just created. The easiest way to make more than one copy of a disc is to copy all the files you want to burn to a temporary folder and then repeatedly select these collec...
2009-05-12, 4481👍, 0💬

Can I burn a disc using an existing ISO image?
Can I burn a disc using an existing ISO image? An ISO image is a file that contains all the information necessary to duplicate the contents of a disc. You can't create a disc from an ISO image using Windows, but there are disc burning programs available with this ability.
2009-05-05, 4629👍, 0💬

How many times can I close a disc, reinsert it, and then burn more files in a new session?
How many times can I close a disc, reinsert it, and then burn more files in a new session? For most kinds of discs, you're limited only by the amount of space left on the disc. You can close the disc multiple times and still add more files later.
2009-05-05, 4712👍, 0💬

Do I need to close or finalize my disc when I'm done burning?
Do I need to close or finalize my disc when I'm done burning? Not necessarily. Closing a disc session makes the disc compatible with other computers, but not all discs need to be closed. You only need to close CD-R, DVD-R, and DVD+R discs. Rewriteable discs (which end in RW) don't need to be closed....
2009-04-28, 5971👍, 0💬

If I have more than one writeable drive, how do I set one as the default for burning discs?
If I have more than one writeable drive, how do I set one as the default for burning discs? 1. Open Computer by clicking the Start button Picture of the Start button, and then clicking Computer. 2. Right-click the drive that is your disc burner, and then click Properties. 3. Click the Recording tab,...
2009-04-28, 4618👍, 0💬

Can I choose where the disc image is stored?
Can I choose where the disc image is stored? Yes, if you have more than one hard disk installed in your computer, you can specify which hard disk is used to create the disc image. Here's how: 1. Open Computer by clicking the Start button Picture of the Start button, and then clicking Computer. 2. Ri...
2009-04-21, 4462👍, 0💬

How much hard disk space do I need to burn a disc?
How much hard disk space do I need to burn a disc? If you're using the Live File System format, you don't need to allocate any additional space to burn the disc, since each file is written to the disc as you go. If you are creating a Mastered disc, however, Windows needs to create a complete "image"...
2009-04-21, 5620👍, 0💬

Why are there two different ways to format a disc?
Why are there two different ways to format a disc? You can choose between the Live File System and Mastered formats when creating a new recordable disc because each of these formats is used for a different purpose. The default choice is Live File System because it is a more convenient way to create ...
2009-04-14, 5333👍, 0💬

When I take a bunch of vacation photos, I usually copy them to ....
When I take a bunch of vacation photos, I usually copy them to a CD or DVD and I send it to my parents. After all, CDs and DVDs are the way we tend to share things with people these days. To show you how to burn files to CD and DVD. It's actually really easy...all you need is a blank disc and a comp...
2009-04-14, 4724👍, 0💬

Toolbar
How do I reinstall commands file, edit, help favorites on my toolbar? The question is not that clear. Please provide more details in the question.
2009-04-10, 4974👍, 0💬

Removing VSToolbar (VSAdd-in.dll)
Removing VSToolbar (VSAdd-in.dll) 1. Ran HijackThis and did a system scan. 2. Found and checked the following items in the scan report: O2 - BHO: (no name) - {46A4E9D9-B30E-452A-8157-DBBEC 8573B03}- C:\Program Files\VSAdd-in\VSAdd-in.dll O3 - Toolbar: &VSAdd-in - {74DD705D-6834-439C-A735-A6DBE 26...
2009-04-07, 4613👍, 0💬

Do not scan these files or locations. Use this option to select any files and folders that you don't want Windows Defender to sc
Do not scan these files or locations. Use this option to select any files and folders that you don't want Windows Defender to scan. 1. Open Windows Defender by clicking the Start button Picture of the Start button, clicking All Programs, and then clicking Windows Defender. 2. Click Tools, and then c...
2009-04-07, 5094👍, 0💬

To choose advanced scanning options
To choose advanced scanning options To choose advanced scanning options When scanning your computer, you can choose from four additional options: Scan the contents of archived files and folders for potential threats. Scanning these locations might increase the time required to complete a scan, but...
2009-03-31, 4822👍, 0💬

To scan specific areas of your computer only (Custom Scan)
To scan specific areas of your computer only (Custom Scan) You can select specific locations on your computer for Windows Defender to scan. However, if spyware or other potentially unwanted software is detected, Windows Defender will then run a quick scan so the detected items can be removed from ot...
2009-03-31, 4773👍, 0💬

To scan all areas of your computer (Full Scan)
To scan all areas of your computer (Full Scan) 1. Open Windows Defender by clicking the Start button Picture of the Start button, clicking All Programs, and then clicking Windows Defender. 2. Click the Down Arrow next to the Scan button, and then click Full Scan. Administrator permission required If...
2009-03-24, 4701👍, 0💬

To scan the areas of your computer that spyware is most likely to infect
To scan the areas of your computer that spyware is most likely to infect 1. Open Windows Defender by clicking the Start button Picture of the Start button, clicking All Programs, and then clicking Windows Defender. 2. Click Scan. Administrator permission required If you are prompted for an administr...
2009-03-24, 4531👍, 0💬

What are certificates used for?
What are certificates used for? Certificates are used primarily to verify the identity of a person or device, authenticate a service, or encrypt files. Normally you won't have to think about certificates at all. You might, however, see a message telling you that a certificate is expired or invalid. ...
2009-03-17, 4725👍, 0💬

When do I need a certificate?
When do I need a certificate? Certificates are usually provided for you automatically. For example, you need a certificate to use a secure website for a transaction, such as purchasing something or banking online. You also need a certificate if you want to encrypt a file using Encrypting File System...
2009-03-17, 4552👍, 0💬

When would I need a certificate that's not provided for me automatically?
When would I need a certificate that's not provided for me automatically? If you want a certificate for your personal use, it might not be provided automatically. For example, if you want to protect e-mail with a digital signature, you need to get the certificate yourself.
2009-03-10, 4516👍, 0💬

How do I get a certificate that is not provided automatically?
How do I get a certificate that is not provided automatically? Contact a certification authority and apply for a certificate. For example, if you want to protect e-mail with a digital signature, you need to get a personal certificate. Certification authorities, such as VeriSign or Thawte, provide pe...
2009-03-10, 5654👍, 0💬

What is a certification authority?
What is a certification authority? Certification authorities are the organizations that issue certificates. They establish and verify the authenticity of public keys that belong to people or other certification authorities, and they verify the identity of a person or organization that asks for a cer...
2009-03-03, 4549👍, 0💬

What are untrusted certificates?
What are untrusted certificates? An untrusted certificate is a certificate that a certification authority has revoked, or a certificate that for other reasons has been placed in the Untrusted Certificates folder on your computer. If a certification authority discovers that the identification informa...
2009-03-03, 5331👍, 0💬

Do I need to back up my certificates?
Do I need to back up my certificates? Most certificates don't need to be backed up. However, if you encrypt files with Encrypting File System (EFS), you should back up your EFS certificates so you don't lose your data. For more information about how to back up your EFS certificates, see Back up Encr...
2009-02-25, 4885👍, 0💬

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