Dvd spanning freeware suggestions?

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mordax86

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So I have a friend who's pc I repaired. He asked if I would be able to copy his backup that I created onto some dvd's. So being a friend I said that I would. Now I don't really have time to go through and break down all the files/folders manually to fit them onto dvds. So I am looking for, preferably, a freeware program that will automatically condense the folders to fit onto dvds, and then burn them one by one. They do not need to be .iso files, just mainly copies of the files that I have backed up. I have searched for one with no good results. So, I was hoping that someone in the community might have a good suggestion. I would be willing to spend a little if I had to, but free is almost always better. any suggestions would be appreciated.
 

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Why not just install a second HD for backup and don't be concerned with spanning multiple volumes, plus will be much faster.
 

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Why not just install a second HD for backup and don't be concerned with spanning multiple volumes, plus will be much faster.
 
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