3 Under Pick a task..., click Change the screen resolution.
4 In the Display Properties window, click and drag the bar in Screen
resolution to reduce the screen resolution setting.
5 Click the drop-down menu under Color quality, and then click Medium
6 Click OK to save the settings and close the window.
Copying CDs and DVDs
Ensure that you observe all copyright laws when creating CDs or DVDs.
This section applies only to computers that have a CD-RW, DVD+/-RW, or
CD-RW/DVD (combo) drive.
The types of CD or DVD drives offered by Dell may vary by country.
The following instructions explain how to make an exact copy of a CD or
DVD. You can also use Sonic DigitalMedia for other purposes, such as
creating music CDs from audio files stored on your computer or backing up
important data. For help, open Sonic DigitalMedia and then click the
question mark icon in the upper-right corner of the window.
How to Copy a CD or DVD
CD-RW/DVD combo drives cannot write to DVD media. If you have a CD-
RW/DVD combo drive and you experience recording problems, check for available
software patches on the Sonic support website at www.sonic.com.
The DVD-writable drives installed in Dell™ computers can write to and read
DVD+/-R, DVD+/-RW and DVD+R DL (dual layer) media, but cannot write
to and may not read DVD-RAM or DVD-R DL media.
Most commercial DVDs have copyright protection and cannot be copied
using Sonic DigitalMedia.
1 Click the Start button, point to Programs→ Sonic→ DigitalMedia
Projects, and then click Copy.
2 Under the Copy tab, click Disc Copy.