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    How to remove a folder from disk burn queue on Windows 7?

    While I was copying files from CD to another media player on my PC upgraded to Windows 7, I have accidentally copy the disc folder onto disc again. The folder gets stuck in “Files Ready to be Written to the disc” folder and I can’t cancel the disc burn. Please explain steps to remove this folder from disk burn queue?



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    Re: How to remove a folder from disk burn queue on Windows 7?

    First of all, you need to show up the hidden files and folders on your system. Click the ‘Start’ button for that and choose ‘Control Panel’ from the start menu. Click on the ‘Appearance and Personalization’ link available inside ‘Control Panel’ window afterwards and hit the ‘Folder Options’ option. Then, press the ‘View’ tab available in the ‘Folder Options’ window and find out the ‘Hidden files and folders’ category under ‘Advanced settings’. Click the radio button next to ‘Show hidden files and folders’ label visible under that category. After that, press the ‘OK’ button available on the screen and quit the ‘Control Panel’ window. Then, open up the windows explorer and type C:\Users\username\AppData\Local\Microsoft\Windows\ Burn\Temporary Burn Folder into the address bar. Once you get into the ‘Burn Folder’, delete all the files available in it by selecting the ‘Delete’ option from the right click menu.

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    Re: How to remove a folder from disk burn queue on Windows 7?

    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    While I was copying files from CD to another media player on my PC upgraded to Windows 7, I have accidentally copy the disc folder onto disc again. The folder gets stuck in “Files Ready to be Written to the disc” folder and I can’t cancel the disc burn. Please explain steps to remove this folder from disk burn queue?
    HELLO DEAR,

    SOLUTION:-

    >> Dear first of all you have to show the hidden files and folders and dear to do this when you open my computer a window will open in the left side top corner you see the organize option click on it a drop down list appeared you have to choose folder and search option.

    >> Dear now a new window open in front of you from here you have to choose the view option in view dear below choose the option show hidden files and folders and then click on apply button.

    >> Now all the hidden files and folder appeared in your computer.

    >> Now dear to get rid of your problem follow the series instruction:-
    OpenCderive>>users>>username>>appdata>>local>>Micr osoft>>windows>>burn>>temporary burn folder.

    >> Dear right click and delete all the files available there.


    AND IT’S DONE DEAR,

    Regards

    YOGESH SHARMA.
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