• Windows will pick the drive up as a writable drive, so you can simply drag files over to it in My Computer as if you would a floppy drive. The only extra step needed is that you need to select "Write these files to CD" from the File menu once you have dragged over all the files you need to begin the burning process. You can also erase a DVDRW from the same menu if required.
  • That is a correct answer but that will take forever. There is a program called dvdshrink and its free. just google it and you can download it. The other is $40 and its awesome. Its called DVD Cloner II. Its so worth the $40 so if you can find it and afford it, GET IT

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