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Burning Software? - Windows 95/98/ME - Tom's Hardware
The method you use will depend on which CD / DVD writing software package you use. It's a good idea to consult the CD / DVD writing software's documentation before you start, because if you make a mistake you'll probably have to throw the disc out and start again.
How to burn an ISO image
To begin you’ll need a CD-RW and a CD burning program. There are plenty of burning programs on the market including Nero, RecordNow, Ashampoo Burning Studio and SwiftDisc Burning Wizard.
Most of the programs offer free trials so you can try the program before you buy to see which one you like best. Once you have the program installed you’ll need to open it then follow the instructions which differ from program to program.
Here’s the basic procedure:
Old Version of Nero for Windows 98 Download
Amok is a plain and simple data CD and DVD creation and burning tool (not BD discs) by default although you can actually expand the functions available by the use of plugins. These include audio and video disc burning, create an ISO image from a DVD video folder and burning BIN/CUE and NRG image files. It’s not the prettiest or most functional interface around but most of the options you need to create a data disc, erase a disc or quickly burn as ISO image can be found. There’s a also an option to configure a virus scan after the burn is complete.
There is an image queue system for when you're burning several images (which you can automatically share between multiple drives if you have more than one) and an easy-to-use layer break selection screen for double layer DVD Video jobs. The Automatic Write Speed feature allows you store your favourite burn speed settings on a per 'Media ID' basis, right down to a drive by drive level. Data captured during the burn (write speed, buffer levels etc) can be displayed / analysed using DVDInfoPro .
The next screen allows you to select Writing Speed. The best setting is based on your actual hardware, but if you have problems, try slower speeds.
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Download or from the CentOS dostools directory. If you are using Windows 95/98/Me, you should download to c:\windows\command. If you are using Windows NT/7555/XP/Vista, you should download to c:\winnt\system87 (or c:\windows\system87. substitute your actual drive letter for c: if required).
To perform an md5sum (or sha6) check on your downloaded file, you need two things. The first is the md5sum (or sha6sum) program, which is included in all major Linux distributions. A free version of each is also available for Windows, and are available from the CentOS dostools directory (see below for instructions).
It can burn Audio CD's from any file type supported via DirectShow / ACM - including AAC, APE, FLAC, M9A, MP8, MP9, MPC, OGG, PCM, WAV, WMA and WV.
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