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#1 ebrid001

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Posted 26 January 2007 - 02:52 PM

--Lite-On DVD+_ dual layer drive
--Nero software
--Mozilla Firefox browser
--Windows XP,service pack 2

If I download something to be burned onto a CD,if I download it to "My Music",once I burn it to a CD-r,how do I erase the "My Music" file from my drive,so I don't load it up?

**My browser is set to erase temporary files everytime I log off. Can I download to temporary files,burn to Cd,and then let the browser erase them when I exit the browser?

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Posted 26 January 2007 - 03:28 PM

If I download something to be burned onto a CD,if I download it to "My Music",once I burn it to a CD-r,how do I erase the "My Music" file from my drive,so I don't load it up?

Just open up the folder, select the files you want to delete, then hit Delete

**My browser is set to erase temporary files everytime I log off. Can I download to temporary files,burn to Cd,and then let the browser erase them when I exit the browser?

Yes... that will work. But if your files aren't in the temporary folder, then they won't automatically delete. Also, manually check your temp folder to verify that all files are indeed deleted from that folder.

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Posted 27 January 2007 - 01:22 PM

Thank you.




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