Click the Close button after all files have been added to the compilation.
a) Read boot disc in drive
Insert a bootable disc into the selected drive.
Click the Next button to make your disc bootable (similar to a floppy disk).
To create a bootable disc for your operating system, right-click your floppy disk drive in My Computer and select Format in the pop-up menu.
Make sure the option Copy system files is checked.
b) Use standard boot image
In case you don't want to use a floppy boot image, or if you don't have a floppy drive, you can use a standard boot image.
The Nero installation contains an image of a bootable floppy disk which makes your disc bootable.
You can select Boot locale which will prepare the appropriate country code page and keyboard layout for DOS.
Click the Next button after you have selected a boot image.
Select the final burn settings.
Select the recorder you want to use.
(2) Insert a Disc name.
(3) Number of copies
Select the number of copies.
(4) Verify data on disc after burning
Nero compares the burned files on the disc bit by bit with the original files on the hard drive.
(5) Select the Writing speed.
(6) Write Method
Select either Disc-at-once or Track-at-once.
Use Track-at-once when burning a multisession disc, otherwise always use Disc-at-once.
Disc-at-once: The CD/DVD is written in one go without deactivating the laser.
Track-at-once: Every track is written individually. The laser is turned off after every track.
(7) Determine maximum speed
A speed test is performed before recording.
Nero will determine the safest maximum speed for burning your disc.
A simulation burn will be performed to check if the disc is ready.
No data is actually written on the disc.
Starts the actual physical burning process.
Click the Burn button to start the burning process.
Nero will open the following window if it does not detect a blank CD-R or CD-RW medium in the recorder drive.
Follow the status of the burning process in this window:
Indicates the current buffer level. Nero temporarily writes the buffer files on the hard drive during the burning process.
The burning process has been completed successfully.
Click the OK button to continue.