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Burning and Closing a disk on Win7

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How do you burn and then close(finalize) a disk using Windows 7. Simply make the disk read-only after burning.
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For files and or folders you can right click on them and select send to, then select your dvd drive from the list.

It will ask you to insert blank disk if not already in. it will ask how you want to burn, select like a dvd
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But the problem is that the disk is still writable afterwards.
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If you checked the cd/dvd option, it shouldnt be.

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You can always download imgburn and use that....anyone with a burner should have better than stock software,lol, and its free.

http://www.imgburn.com/
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