From Wikipedia: LightScribe is an optical disc recording technology, created by the Hewlett-Packard Company, that uses specially coated recordable CD and DVD media to produce laser-etched labels with text or graphics, as opposed to stick-on labels and printable discs. What do you need to use the LightScribe technology? 1. CD/DVD burner with support of LightScribe … Read moreLightScribe technology on Sparky host
SparkyLinux is available as a DVD iso file, so it can’t be run on very old machines which don’t have: – optical DVD drive – BIOS option for booting systems from USB drive But there is a simple solution, if your computer has: – optical CD or floppy drive – USB port The instruction can … Read moreHow to run Sparkylinux on “old” computers without a DVD drive
If your machine running under Linux distribution, just use default burning application you have. You can also choose different, one of available burning apps designed for Linux, such as Brasero (for example). 1. Run the application and click “Burn image” button. 2. Select SparkyLinux iso image from your local disk. 3. Open “Properties” option and … Read moreHow to burn SparkyLinux ISO image on any Linux host?
To do that you can use one of many free burning applications designed for MS Windows host, such as BurnAware Free (for example). 1. Run the application and find “Burn ISO” option. 2. Load SparkyLinux iso image. 3. Change burning speed for as slow as possible. 4. Click “Burn” button and wait until it will … Read moreHow to burn SparkyLinux ISO image on MS Windows host?