How to Burn ISO on a Windows DVD Maker

By Stephen Lilley

If you're in possession of an ISO disc image file, the process of burning a DVD using Windows DVD Maker is almost complete. An ISO is an archive that contains a collection of files all properly formatted and ready to be burned to a DVD. They just have not yet actually been burned to a physical disc. Because the ISO already exists, the actual burning process takes seconds provided that you have a blank DVD ready to go.

Things You'll Need

  • Blank DVD

Step 1

Right-click on the ISO that you want to burn to DVD.

Step 2

Click "Burn to Disc."

Step 3

Select your DVD burner's listing from the "Disc Burner" drop down menu.

Step 4

Click "Burn." Your ISO will be burned to a DVD using Windows' native DVD making software.

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