Windows 10: Burning to CD

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  1.    01 Dec 2016 #21

    If you look at the picture spunk posted #2 and #3 are the usb ports on the back.
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  2.    02 Dec 2016 #22

    spunk said: View Post
    Take a picture of the back of your computer without anything plugged into it and attach it in your next post.
    I do not own a camera and my phone can't be used to transfer pictures to a computer. I live at the low end of the food chain. I did just look and I see no USB ports as small as the two on the front. All of the ones in use are either the single jack holes or the large multiprong ones.
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  3.    02 Dec 2016 #23

    Is the computer in the picture the correct one?
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  4.    02 Dec 2016 #24

    Is this what the back of the PC looks like?

    Click image for larger version. 

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    I have drawn a red box around the USB ports.
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