Windows 10: Burning to CD
If you look at the picture spunk posted #2 and #3 are the usb ports on the back.
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.
Is the computer in the picture the correct one?
Is this what the back of the PC looks like?
I have drawn a red box around the USB ports.
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