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Could someone tell me how to burn a c.d. with just pictures I tried but no go Says I do not have enough privileges ..DOH??????

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what app are you trying to burn in, what are the format of the pics?
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.jpgs. I have a folder full of pictures I want to save on cd. pictures sent to me though email, some downloaded from sites (this one included) I have been saving them in a folder in my user pictures folder, where do I go from there? btw I can do it fine with music

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I assume you are trying to burn via the finder then, ok, mac hd>users>your username> select the pictures folder, click File>get info, in the get info window, in the wnership and permissions section, make sure it all says read & write, and details>read & write, click apply to enclosed items>ok, that should do it. I assume you are logged in as an admin, and as the admin for that account?
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You assume correctly.
Thanks again, Mac...No time right now but
I'll give that a try later on,
Again, YouDaman!
I'll let you know if that worked, gtg for now, back late.

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