Burn files and folders to a CD or DVD with Windows Vista or Windows 7

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  1. Dark Scyth

    Dark Scyth Moderator

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    Place a blank DVD in the drive and click Burn files to disc.
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    The Disc title shouldn't matter. Click With a CD/DVD player. (On Vista it should say Mastered)
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    Drag the Content folder to this screen and click burn to disc.
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    Click burn to disc.
     

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  2. jay_fullagore705

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    I havent tried it yet but im going to thank you sooooo much man, much appriciated!!! u the man
     
  3. Tumeke

    Tumeke New Member

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    Thanks

    Hey bro, cheers for this guide, tried numerous other ways including using imgburn but I had no luck burning :(, anyways didn't think it would work because its so simple but it did so I would just like to say thanks, you saved me a hell of alot of dvd lols. Btw I burned FNR 4 to a DVD + R, 4x speed, with no problems.

    Cheers again
     
  4. Dark Scyth

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    Yeah, i've had lots of trouble with IMGburn for some reason, the burn would NEVER complete. Glad I could help.
     
  5. aquariusboy

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    thank you for detailed description, anohter one for share, imtoo CD ripper
     
  6. Aiden Car

    Aiden Car New Member

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    wheres the dwn load???
     
  7. Dark Scyth

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    Download for what?
     

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