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Tuesday, November 11, 2003
Nero DVD-Rom Guide

2. Step1

“Nero Burning Rom DVD-ROM (ISO)”

Running Nero

Begin by putting your media into the DVD recorder drive (if you haven't already done so) and launch Nero (you should have a shortcut on your desktop, or select it by going Start>Programs>Nero>Nero Burning ROM). As soon as the application opens, a dialog box is briefly displayed with the program's version details, owner, etc. This is followed by the "New Compilation" dialog screen.

Select the option DVD from the drop-down menu located on the top left corner. Below the drop-down selection will appear a series of icons listing the various activities that can be performed on DVD media. For our purposes, select the DVD-ROM (ISO) icon. In the Multisession section (screen shot below), select one of the following:

  • Start Multisession disc if this is a new media that has never been written to. With this option selected, it is possible to burn more data on the media sometime in the future, hence the name multisession.
  • Continue Multisession disc if the media has been created at a previous session using the Start Multisession disc option. In this way it is possible to append or update data already written on the media.
  • No Multisession if this is going to be a one time burn and no more data is going to be written in the future. This restriction also applies to rewriteable media, which will require that you erase the rewriteable media first, before being able to write new data.

Since we are starting with a new, unwritten to media, choose Start Multisession disc



Next, select the Label tab as shown below, and enter a volume label for your media. By default, Nero enters the label NEW, but you can enter any name you like, up to a maximum of 32 characters. Applications such as Windows Explorer show the volume label along with the drive letter which can help identify the media in the drive. If you forget or don't want to enter a volume name at this point, you can enter a volume label later on.


On the top right corner of the dialog screen, press the "New" button.


Only if under the Multisession section you chose Continue Multisession disc, you will now see a screen similar to the following:

This lists any previous sessions written on the media. Choose the last session and press OK.

Regardless of the multisession options chosen, the following screen should now appear.



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