First, go to the destination folder in which you'll put a list of file names.
Let's use G: drive as an example, suppose you want the output file to be in the "Digital Content Creation" folder on G: drive.
Go to Start -> All Programs -> Accessories -> Command Prompt
In the pop-up window, you'll see C:\Documents and Settings\yournetid>
Type G: then hit Enter (notice you're at G: drive root level now)
Type cd Digital Content Creation (notice you're in the CDD folder now)
Next, get a list of file names and put it into a txt file
At the prompt (in our example, it should be G:\Digital Content Creation>), type the drive name that the files are located.
Let's use D: drive as an example, suppose you want get a list of file names from a DVD and the DVD drive name is D:
Type dir D:\"folder name">filename.txt (note: if your folder name doesn't have spaces in it, you don't need quotation marks)
Go to G:\Digital Content Creation and retrieve the filename.txt
Type exit to close the Command Prompt window