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Windows 7 – Burning to a CD

Back to the previous version of operating system, we have to spend some money to purchase a third party software to burn our files into CD/DVD. But with Windows 7, you doesn’t have to spend those money anymore. This is because, Windows 7 allows you to burn files to CD/DVD using Windows 7 itself. You can burn an audio cd, burn files to disc, and even burn an ISO image.

The feature that allows us to burn an ISO image file into a CD/DVD is very useful as most of the software’s now are given in an ISO image file format. Therefore, this makes us to burn them out our self in order to install the software in the ISO image. Below are step-by-step guides on how to burn the CD/DVD’s from a file in your hard disk into a CD/DVD.

Burn an Audio CD

  1. Insert a blank CD into the CD-ROM drive
  2. Click Burn an audio CD from the AutoPlay
  3. Drag all the music files to the Burn panel which is on the right on Windows Media Player
  4. When you’re done, click Start Burn

Burn Files to Disc

  1. Insert a blank CD into the CD-ROM drive
  2. Click Burn files to disc from the AutoPlay
  3. Type in the Disc name
    1. Select Like a USB flash drive if you want to burn files that you want to save, edit, and delete from the disc anytime.
    2. Select With a DVD/CD Player if you want to burn files that cannot be edited or removed later after burning.
  4. Drag or Copy the files to burn into the WIndows Explorer window, then click Burn to Disc

Burn ISO Image to CD

  1. Insert a blank CD into the CD-ROM drive
  2. Go to the ISO image file on your hard disk, then right-click on the file and navigate to Open With
  3. Then click Windows Disc Image Burner
  4. Finally click Burn

 

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