Burning from an image file
The image file remains on your hard disk drive until
you delete it. Since an image file is typically large, it
is recommended that you delete it if you do not
intend to burn additional discs.
To burn a CD or DVD from an image file using Sonic
Open the Sonic DigitalMedia Plus program by
clicking Start, All Programs, Sonic, and
then DigitalMedia Home.
Click Copy and then Burn Image.
Click Browse to select the image file.
Disc Labeling with LightScribe
LightScribe (select models only) is a
direct disc-labeling technology
providing you a simple way to burn
precise, silk screen-quality labels. It
combines the CD or DVD drive of your HP Media
Center PC with specially coated discs (sold
separately) and enhanced disc-labeling software.
A LightScribe-enabled CD or DVD disc drive uses
the optical laser in the drive to record a label onto a
thin dye coating on the label side of the disc. There
is no ink to smear or paper to curl, and there are no
adhesives to loosen.
Burning a label with LightScribe requires three
LightScribe-enabled DVD drive (select
Labeling software that supports LightScribe
LightScribe discs (sold separately)
Insert a recordable CD or DVD into the drive.
Click the Burn Image icon.
Click Done when recording is
LightScribe media is identified by the LightScribe
logo on the retail packaging and on the inner hub
area of the disc itself. Your HP Media Center PC
may come ready to work with many versions of
LightScribe media (select models only); however,
as new media versions are introduced you will
need to update the driver software for your
LightScribe-enabled CD or DVD drive. Get
driver updates from the HP Support Web site:
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Creating Audio and Data Discs