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jdavis

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May 20, 2005
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Ok, I know there was a discussion about this a while back but I can't get it to work...I need to save my PP on CD I will be getting a new computer and I need to save everything but everytime I try to change it to the CDRW drive it switches to some other drive,:mad: I have tried this before a long time ago and just figured there was no possible way to save it on CD until I saw that thread the other day so the guy told me that some new comps don't have a 3.5 disk drive so I should save everything on CD just in case ughhhh.......I wish my little brother (aka comp whiz) lived closer.
TIA
 

Jayne

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Feb 4, 2006
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Jennifer,

I had this same problem w/my laptop. I wanted to transfer files from laptop to desktop because I did'nt have wireless. No one that I knew including my Director had any answers for me so I went to Best Buy. It is a very simple solution as long as you have a USB port on you computer. Go buy a USB Travel Drive. They cost between $40-$60. I bought a 1GB for $60 and got a $20 rebate (The guy at Best Buy said it will hold as much info as 700 hard disks). I know this sounds like a lot of money but you can also use it as a backup so if something happens to your computer you have all of your PP files saved. I now have wireless but I use my USB travel drive everyday to backup everytime I put new info. in PP. I hope this helps!! Let me know.:)

Jayne

P.S. I was told later that it would take too long to burn your files to a CD (hear say) I do not know if this is true or not but I couldn't get it to work.
 
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jdavis

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Thanks, but I got it now. Someone else asked the same question on another site and got a reply to click and drag it onto the blank cd, so I put in my backup 3.5 disk and opened 'my computer' and drug it to the blank cd and told it to write it to cd and it didn't take very long. I don't know why I didn't think of that to begin with...:rolleyes:
 

Jayne

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Oooooh, I thought you were talking about a CD! Oh well maybe this will help someone else.:D
 
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