12 Aug 2010
Windows 7 has the ability to create "Live" disk, it works like a file system, slowly add and delete files on Discs.
No third-party software required. Take advantage of Vista's Live File System optical disc format | Microsoft Windows | TechRepublic.com
Or: Burn a CD or DVD in Windows Explorer
- Insert a writable disc, such as a CD-R, CD-RW, DVD-R, DVD-RW, or DVD+RW disc, into your computer's CD, DVD, or Blu‑ray Disc burner.
- In the AutoPlay dialog box that appears, click Burn files to disc using Windows Explorer.
If the AutoPlay dialog box doesn't appear, click the Start button , click Computer, and then double-click your disc burner.
- In the Burn a Disc dialog box, type a name for this disc in the Disc title box, click Like a USB flash drive, and then click Next.
This is the option for burning a disc that uses the Live File System disc format. It might take several minutes for the disc to be formatted. When the formatting is complete, an empty disc folder opens.
- Open the folder that contains the files you want to burn, and then drag the files into the empty disc folder.
To select more than one item, press and hold the Ctrl key, and then click the files you want to burn.
As you drag files into the disc folder, they are copied automatically to the disc.
You can copy files (or entire folders) to the disc folder by dragging them to the disc icon or to an open disc folder
- After copying the files and folders, you might need to close the disc session. For more information, see Close or finalize a CD or DVD.
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