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 Burn a CD/DVD on Windows 7 or Vista Without Using Software

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PostSubject: Burn a CD/DVD on Windows 7 or Vista Without Using Software   Mon Aug 06, 2012 5:15 am

nsert a blank recordable/rewritable CD (CD-R) or DVD (DVD-R/RW, DVD+R/RW) disc into the CD burner drive.

With a new blank disc, Windows might pop up a prompt asking you which format you want to use (as shown on the image below).

As explained on the popup, the option "Like a USB Flash Drive" is more convenient if you want to use the disc as an external storage, which you can add or delete (rewritable disc) files on the fly; however, once the disc is formatted with this option, it can only be read on computers with Windows XP or later. On the other hand, the option "With a CD/DVD Player" is the traditional format of CD/DVD disc and is compatible with a wider range of Windows versions as well as other devices, but requires to burn the disc (or erase the entire disc) all at once.

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To keep it simple, we will follow the steps to create traditional CD/DVD, so select "With a CD/DVD Player". Don't forget to change the "Disc title" to something de******ive for your disc, then click "Next".

Navigate to the folders or files which you want to burn to the disc, then select (highlight) the folders/files and click "Burn" (located above the file browsing panels)

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A new window is now created similar to the following image, showing the selected files and folders added to the queue to burn to disc. Click "Burn to disc".

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On the next popup "Burn to Disc", verify the disc title and select the maximum burning speed, then click "Next".

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The burning wizard will start writing data to the disc and will close and eject the CD/DVD when finish.
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