(please excuse the forthcoming n00bness):
IntelPent4/1.00 GB RAM
I am trying to burn a 4.60 GB file of a wedding onto a 4.7 GB DVD (I know - I may have to try and figure
out how to break down that file some) anyway - my issue now is while I was waiting for the copying files
to unload I received a warning that my “C” drive was low on memory, when I looked it had gone from
around 3300 mb’s free space down to 230 or so. (yikes)
The folder with the video file is located on drive “D” where there is just under 70,000 mb’s of free space.
drag folder of 4.60 GB video file to drive “F”, click on “you have files waiting to be written” bubble,
wait while copy-files are loading. Near the end of this was when my memory ran low (duh)
Is there a way to by pass using the C drive at all when burning to a disc? Short of moving something from
that “F” (dvd) drive to my “D”? My F drive is inside the tower, so I don’t think that can be (logically) moved.
Or - if/how can I change the default destination temp folder?
Actually, I thought I had done this already when I was doing something else (boosting virtual mem) - it
seemed I ran across this ability to manually change the default destination for these kinds of files, and I did
that (I think it was then) - in My Computer>Prop.>Adv.>Mem>Settings>etc… - obviously though, it was spending all my C drive bytes… (?)
I do appreciate any help and suggestions.