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    getting k3b to burn data to DVD


    Hi All,

    First I am as green as the turf on a football field when it comes to computers so if you can help, type to me like a 6 year old PLEASE . My computer crashed and I was told to use Knoppix live CD to save my files. I was able to get the CD to work but unable to find out how to save my files to DVD with k3b. I have a 120GB hard drvie, 111 GB of it is used but I only want to save 77 GB of it. Can someone PLEASE tell me what to do

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    well do you have two cd/dvd drives?

    You will need on cd drive for the live cd and then another dvd writer.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dark_lord_kodd
    well do you have two cd/dvd drives?

    You will need on cd drive for the live cd and then another dvd writer.
    I have a Cd and DVD writeable drive

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    You should boot with Knoppix in the CD drive; open K3B and click on the New Data DVD Project button. After that, you drag and drop whatever files you want saved into the project window, click on the Burn icon at the top, make sure your dvd burner is the device selected in the Burning Device drop-down list at the top, and click on Burn.
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