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    Question Burning a Data Disk in OS X
    I've just download a student copy of XP from my schools FTP site. Now, I want to copy the files to blank CD. For some reason, when I place a blank CD in the drive, it doesn't mount on the desktop. Why is that?

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    The Blank CD doesn't mount on the desktop. Now if you want to burn that CD, you can go ahead and either make a burn folder for multiple files, or if you want to burn an ISO, do it through Disk Utility...

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    Answered my own question. I just created a burn folder and dragged the files into it and burned them from there.

    Sorry, I'm new to the Mac world.

    Mac Help is awesome.

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