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Basic Windows question

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This is probably so simple, it's silly that I don't know it.

But anyway, what is the simplest way using windows included software to save data on a dvd disc?
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Just select the files, right click, then go to Send To, and select the DVD Drive.
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OK I figured out the issue, windows isn't reading my disc. Thanks anyway for the response. I always rep.
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Wow I figured out my problem.

What would happen is whenever I inserted a blank DVD, Windows would give me this error: Windows cannot read the disc in drive D:\\

It's crazy because it would play a DVD just fine, however for some reason Vista thought I did not have a burner and so treated my drive as a player only.

After doing some googling I found out it's because I have Dameon tools installed. I simple disabled (I did not uninstall) the virtual drive and all my options came back.
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