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Ask a question Georgerobertson 3Posts Thursday December 17, 2015Registration date December 18, 2015 Last seen - Latest answer on Dec 19, 2015 05:09AM
I don't know how to record from a CD in my computer and burn it to a new CD.Please
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Hi,

What is your operating system?
Ambucias 32088Posts Monday February 1, 2010Registration date ModeratorStatus September 30, 2016 Last seen - Dec 17, 2015 05:50PM
Once you tell me about your operating system, I will be able to tell you how, it should be very easy.
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Hi Folks:
Thank you for trying to help me
My operating system is Microsoft Vista.

Thank you kindly for your help
George Robertson
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Hi

I don't know much about Vista but ...


Step 1

Place the audio CD in the computer's CD-ROM drive.
Step 2

Click on the the "Start" menu then click on "All Programs." Open the "Windows Media Player" program.
Step 3

Choose the "Rip" tab.
Step 4

Place a check mark next to all the songs in the list that you want to copy.
Step 5

Click the "Rip" button at the top of the screen.
Step 6

Remove the audio CD from the computer's CD-ROM drive when the copying is finished.
Step 7

Place a blank, recordable CD in the computer's CD burner.
Step 8

Choose the "Burn an Audio CD" tab.
Step 9

Click on "Library" then "Recently Added" in the left pane of the window that appears. Select the songs that were copied in step 5 and drag them to the "Burn List" pane on the right.
Step 10

Click the "Start Burn" button. The files will be copied to the new disc.
Georgerobertson 3Posts Thursday December 17, 2015Registration date December 18, 2015 Last seen - Dec 18, 2015 08:05PM
Thank you so very much for the instructions. All worked out very well.
Thanks again
George Robertson
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Ambucias 32088Posts Monday February 1, 2010Registration date ModeratorStatus September 30, 2016 Last seen - Dec 19, 2015 05:09AM
The pleasure was all mine
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