How Do You Burn Dvds With An External DVD Burner Using Windows Media Player?

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How Do You Burn Dvds With An External DVD Burner Using Windows Media Player?

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External DVD burners are easy to install on computers, as they’re generally plug-and-play devices and DVD burning is made simple when the software is Windows Media Player. The only shortcoming of Windows Media Player when it comes to burning DVDs is that it can’t burn movies; however, if you want to burn programs and files, you can get the job done without a problem. Connect the external DVD burner to the computer. These devices normally have a USB connection, so what you’ll do is connect one end of a USB cable to the burner and the other end to the computer and then the burner will appear in the “My Computer” or “Computer” folder as if it was another drive on the system. Insert a blank DVD into the external DVD drive. Open Windows Media Player and click on the “Burn” tab at the top of the screen. Click on the arrow beneath the “Burn” tab and a drop menu will appear, on which you will click “Data CD or DVD.” Navigate to the folder on your computer that contains the program or file that

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