A great way to back up important information like photos and documents saved on your computer is to burn them to a blank DVD. Computers tend to crash from time to time, and with hackers constantly inventing new viruses your computer may get infected, destroying your files. Using a blank recordable DVD to store important information that you want to keep or share with others ensures that if something happens to your computer, you have a copy of the files.
Purchase a case of blank recordable DVD-R discs. These come in a variety of sizes, so you buy a pack with five discs or a pack with 100. You can find these at most office supply stores or electronics stores.
Start "Windows Media Center."
Insert a blank DVD-R in the drive.
Click the "Burn a CD or DVD," scroll to "Tasks" and click "Burn CD/DVD."
Click "Data DVD" and click "Next."
Type the name of your DVD and click "Next."
Click the type of digital media file that you want to add to the DVD and click "Next."
Select the pictures that you want to add to the DVD and click "Next."
Click "Burn DVD."
When the process is complete, click "Done."