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    can you transfer downloaded pictures from my shared folder to a cd-r cd??, since I can make a music cd from my shared to a cd-r I was wondering if it would work with the transfering of pictures to the same type of disc

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    It should be the same. Have you tried it?

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    nope should I???

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    I would.

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    They will need to be transferred as a data disk rather than an audio disk, but it should transfer OK. I send picture CDs to my Mom all the time. Charlie

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    Grim the problem I have when using the data as opposed to a audio is that for some reason it tells me that it is denied and won't let me perform the task...as I say the audio works fine, so go figure, that is why I wondered it I could just transfer the pics onto a cd-r disk instead of a Cd-rw????

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    As far as I am concerned CD RW are a total waste of money. They are $$ , slow and will not last as long.

    I have many CD R have photos/data and yes some MP3's all on the same disk.

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    Use a CD-R and create a data disk. I forget what program you are using. is it Nero? You should be able to pick DATA DISK, then pick the files to copy, then burn. Pretty much the same procedure as audio, except that you pick data at the beginning. Charlie

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    Thank you Thank you Thank you to everyone who helped me out.....
    It worked just fine on a regular CD-R cd...now I have all my pictures on a cd so I can clear up some of the space on my pc....
    What a wonderful bunch of experts we have on hand to help the less than knowledgeable ones such as myself
    Happy Holidays to everyone :wink:

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    Glad you got it sorted out. In the future please limit your use of bold letters, it makes your post hard to read.

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