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I assume you have some CD burning software on your PC. Do you know anything about it?
Do you have Windows XP?
Yes I use Nero most of the time, it is fairly easy to use. I am running Windows XP Home Edition
OK. To burn a CD, open Nero and tell it you want to make a Data CD. Now open PSA SE, select theimages you want to put on the CD and drag them on to Nero. Now click burn ...
In Windows XP there is an alternative to using Nero:
In My Pictures select the Folder required.
Select the pictures by highlighting them while holding down Ctrl.
Click on "Copy to CD".
Open My Computer.
Under "Devices with Removable Storage" double click on CD-RW
Under "Files to be written to CD" check that the required files are showing.
In box on left under "CD Writing Tasks" click on "Write these files to CD".
Follow the Wizard instructions.
To check that the CD contains the files:
Open My Computer Click on Local Disk(D)
Click on the Folder which should contain the pictures.
Hope that this may prove helpful.
P.S. Check that the CD drawer hasn't inadvertently opened as it did with me!
The reason I talked about using Nero was this was the OP's preferred software. It is also considerably more friendly and reliable [in my experience] than the built-in XP facility.
Thanks Bill and colin, I will try both options to see if I can get either of them to work. right now though I am still having problems re-registering my PASE and at the moment I can't get at the pictures to try anything. I'm going to have another go at re-registering later today (Tuesday 6th)and if no good will seek further help from the forum. Thanks again, Geoff
could someone help me? I am trying to put mt pictures on a cd to save them, but I can not figure out how.
Thank You, Leslie
Do you have the latest download? If you do, I believe there is a File/Burn command?
what latest download? I don't think I do. Could you plese tell me what I have to do?
Just get the latest version from here: http://www.adobe.com/support/downloads/detail.jsp?ftpID=2977
Can anyone please help. I am trying to access Photoshop album starter edition 3.0 in XP Professional on my RM laptop. It will not open as an error message keeps coming up."problem opening catalog named 'My Catalog-1'
Another user or application may have the catalogue open or one or more files may be missing, out of date or damaged. [microsoft][ODBC driver Manager]Data source not found and no default driver specified.. attempt to compact and recover this catalog, then open again"
Compacting and recovery never work!!!! I also have loaded a trial version of ACDSee 8 which works ok. I have run Starter edition 3.0 on this laptop using Millenium and it currently works on my desktop running XP Home.
Help! I had an older edition of Photoshop 2.0 and in it had stored a number of pictures. Although I had registered it I never used the unlock code. When I finally tried to unlock, it would not work. Adobe support suggested downloading 3.0 which I did. It has been registerd and unlocked and my old pictures appear as thumbnails. When I click on a picture it is fuzzed up a message says they must be "connected". I have clicked on "file" and "re-connect" but nothing connects and continues to search. Can I re-connect my old 2.0 pictures with my new 3.0 version.
I forgot to say that both the 2.0 and 3.0 are starter editions.
Could you just re-import all the images or have you lots of time invested in tagging etc.?
I have a similar problem with "prblem opening catalogue" and downloading the latest version at ttp://www.adobe.com/support/downloads/detail.jsp?ftpID=2977 does not solve anything.