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Thread created on Wed May 08, 2013 09:11:22
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on my old windows media player i used t have option to burn a cd. on the new windws media player it just says copy to cd. is this the same thing or different?

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Posted on Wed May 08, 2013 14:18:04
I'm not saying this because I know it, I'm just saying this because it sounds like this.

I think, burning makes the CD/DVD playable, where as just copying it may just place the files onto the disc, just like a memory/data stick.

Again though, I'm not certain, it could just be the same thing.

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Posted on Thu May 09, 2013 01:46:39
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I'm not saying this because I know it, I'm just saying this because it sounds like this.

I think, burning makes the CD/DVD playable, where as just copying it may just place the files onto the disc, just like a memory/data stick.

Again though, I'm not certain, it could just be the same thing.


Copying is storing information on something that can be used as storage like a USB stick, eternal hardrive, etc.

burning is more for making music CDs and Movies that you can play normally like any other disc.

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