The file manager lets you transfer files to other computers or perform backups by putting files onto a blank disc. To write files to a CD or DVD: To write files to a CD or DVD: Place an empty disc into your CDDVD writable drive. How can the answer be improved? Aug 01, 2008 You are reporting the following post: How do I write files onto a DVDR? This post has been flagged and will be reviewed by our staff. Thank you for helping us maintain CNET's great community. Armed with the discs name, Windows prepares the disc for incoming files.
Tell Windows which files to write to disc. Now that your disc is ready to accept the files, tell Windows what information to send its way. You can do this in any of several ways: Drag and drop your files andor folders into the drives File Explorer window.
Select" File, " then" Write these files to CD. " Ensure that all the files that need to be written to the CD or DVD are on the list in the temporary files area that can be found in Windows.
The CD writing wizard will open; follow the instructions in the wizard. To write files to a CD or DVD: Place an empty disc into your CDDVD writable drive. In the Blank CDDVDR Disc notification that pops up at the bottom of the screen, select Open with CDDVD Creator. Browse to any files you would like to add to the disc, then click Start File Explorer This PC and open the drive containing your DVDR or CDR.
Then drag and drop any files you want to write