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Can't delete individual files on a CD in D Drive

I wanted to delete some audio tracks from a cd I made.\
They won't delete.

The Windows 8 message says to go to
Disk Cleaner and chose "D Drive " from the drop down menu, however, there is NOT Drop Down Menu and the only thing Disk Cleaner goes to is to clean files on the C Drive.

Doesn't microsoft even know how its lousy operating system, which is universally detested, works?

What a disaster Windows 8 is., At least I got a older type starter button through the MIT guys, which makes it more palatable. Oh yeah, the Windows Explorer also leaves a lot to be desired.

Any ideas on the above, I would appreciate.

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True.

In reply to: Can't delete individual files on a CD in D Drive

Most audio CDs are write once read many media so you can create a new CD with just what you wanted.

You bring up a good point. Since you don't see folk hitting classes or books do you think Microsoft should have more online classes?
Bob

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Good Idea Bob but...

In reply to: True.

I don't think that today's breed of computer user is interested in learning how to get their computer to run correctly, but are looking for a chance to complain and or Bash Microsoft and get anything and everything handed to them on a silver Platter.

The above is my opinion and mine alone and doesn't necessarily reflect that of Microsoft, it's employees, or any other member of this forum.

"When we try to pick out anything by itself, we find it hitched to everything else in the Universe". - John Muir

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