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Help me burn CD's, please!

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Problem

My eyesight is getting so poor to the point that I can not read the ImgBurn instructions, especially small prints. And this is my first attempt to burn something.

 

Plan

Accumulated from the past years, I have thousands of photographs all sorted in various folders.

My plan is to have these folders with images therein

written on CD's which, in the furue, can be edited on

computers and viewed TV screens by CD/DVD players.

I do not know how to operate ImgBurn and I can't read its instructions.

 

Need

Please help.

All I need is the steps of the writing or burning

operation. For example (just example):

Start>all progrms>office>word>view>and so on.

 

Thank you very much for any forms of help or

suggestions that can render assistance to me.

 

Grateful.

 

Ffuquenn

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Start ImgBurn

Click the 'Create image file from files/folders' button.

Click the 'Input' menu option at the top and select 'Advanced'.

Click the big 'Show Disc Layout Editor' button in the 'Source' box.

Add whatever you want to burn into the disc layout window.

Close 'Disc Layout Editor' window.

Click the 'Options' tab and change the 'File System' to 'ISO9660 + Joliet + UDF'.

Enter a name for the ISO image file you'll be creating in the 'Destination' box.

Click the big 'Build' button. (bottom left of main window)

 

Once you've got your image, burn it to a disc using the 'Write image file to disc' option off the initial screen.

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Start ImgBurn

Click the 'Create image file from files/folders' button.

Click the 'Input' menu option at the top and select 'Advanced'.

Click the big 'Show Disc Layout Editor' button in the 'Source' box.

Add whatever you want to burn into the disc layout window.

Close 'Disc Layout Editor' window.

Click the 'Options' tab and change the 'File System' to 'ISO9660 + Joliet + UDF'.

Enter a name for the ISO image file you'll be creating in the 'Destination' box.

Click the big 'Build' button. (bottom left of main window)

 

Once you've got your image, burn it to a disc using the 'Write image file to disc' option off the initial screen.

 

Mr. LIGHTNING UK!

 

Very grateful to you!

 

I shall certainly follow these steps to make a few trials first.

Sacrifice a few disks is almost unavoidable, I guess, for some beginners in the learning process.

 

Thank you, Mr. LIGHTNING UK! Really appreciate.

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Use an RW disc for trials, although if you follow the steps you should get it from the first try.

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