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    Can somebody Help please

    Hullo
    I have an iMac version 10.6.5. 2.4 GHz Intel Core 2 Duo.
    Unfortunately I am no techo head. I am wanting to burn a children's CD for back up. I have downloaded "Simpleburns" as from my research the consensus is that the Burn application built into the Mac is not good at all.
    I would be grateful for some advise from someone who has used "Simpleburns"
    I do not understand the terminology on the starting points e.g. Data; Audio; 1.1.copy; rip Disc ; Burn image.
    I placed the disc I wish to burn on my desk top - then what do I do. It seems that I need to copy what is on the disk first and place in a folder on my desktop. I tried every option as above - keeps on telling me there is an error
    How do I do I copy the children's disk.? I have placed a folder on my desktop for the copied CD information - then what?
    Then I can eject this CD and put in my blank CD to copy the children's music onto.
    Be grateful for a step by step assistance.
    thank you for your time.

    Sue

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    G'day Sue

    Several months ago I had a similar mac issue without an answer ... contacted the local Apple Users Group and got 4 people falling over themselves to help
    Q- is there such a group near you???

    Otherwise, pop onto the web for Apple Queries and try there ...

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    'mac disk copy' in google will give you the answer.......

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    Quote Originally Posted by creativepro View Post
    Hullo
    I have an iMac version 10.6.5. 2.4 GHz Intel Core 2 Duo.
    Unfortunately I am no techo head. I am wanting to burn a children's CD for back up. I have downloaded "Simpleburns" as from my research the consensus is that the Burn application built into the Mac is not good at all.
    I would be grateful for some advise from someone who has used "Simpleburns"
    I do not understand the terminology on the starting points e.g. Data; Audio; 1.1.copy; rip Disc ; Burn image.
    I placed the disc I wish to burn on my desk top - then what do I do. It seems that I need to copy what is on the disk first and place in a folder on my desktop. I tried every option as above - keeps on telling me there is an error
    How do I do I copy the children's disk.? I have placed a folder on my desktop for the copied CD information - then what?
    Then I can eject this CD and put in my blank CD to copy the children's music onto.
    Be grateful for a step by step assistance.
    thank you for your time.

    Sue
    iTunes...

    1) Start iTunes up
    2) Insert CD
    3) Wait for it to appear on iTunes
    4) Click "Import CD" down in bottom right corner. Wait till all tracks have been imported.
    5) Create a play list. That's the little plus "+" sign on bottom left.
    6) Go to "Music" in main side bar of iTunes. Select & Drag all the tracks from the Music list, (i.e. you entire list of music but only select the songs form your "Children's CD") to the newly created playlist.
    7) Click on the Playlist where you just created them all. The default name is Untitled, then, Go to "File" and scroll down to where it says, "Burn Playlist to Disc" A pop-up window gives you some choices. Self explanatory at that point.
    8) Follow instructions, to whit... insert a blank disc... etc
    9) Drink glass of red wine.

    enjoy.



    Cheers
    Last edited by Grahamb; 26-12-2010 at 9:40pm.

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    Thanks with good wishes for the new year

    Sue

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