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    1) Have a CD-R or CD-RW Drive OR a DVD-R/W with CD-R capability. These are often referred to as "cd-burners" because they etch the information onto a blank CD-R/W as opposed to the mass-production process of stamping (like records).

    2) Have a couple CD-R media. These are the blank CDs that I just mentioned. They are quite cheap if you buy them by the spindle (bulk 50 or 100). When I was in undergrad, I would by spindles of 100 for 30 dollars or less.

    3) Install some CD-Burning software. My favorite always has been Nero Burning ROM because it's cheap AND they have a 15-day free trial.

    If you have all 3 of the above, then all you need to do is put the CD-R media into the CD Burner, run the burning program of your choice, drag and drop (most likely) the files you want to save into the appropriate area, and click whichever button the program assigns to start the burning process.

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