Cancel the files ready to be written to disk

I just got a new computer with Windows 7. My old man's got Windows XP. All trying to move some data from the old to the new, using a CD, I accidentally installs two files to "ready to write to the disk files" on the Windows 7 computer. How to undo this, i.e. return these files to "files currently on the disc?

Hi Mike10000,

(1) is that the file is on a CD or hard disk?

I suggest you copy the file from the location where you accidentally moved and paste it on your desired location where you want to.

Also try to copy from c:\users\\appdata\local\microsoft\windows\burn\temporary burn the folder and remove them.

Thank you, and in what concerns:
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