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 Post subject: How to save an unburned session?
PostPosted: Wed Jan 01, 2014 7:57 pm 
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I'm a new user to your great software (StarBurn 15.2 on WinXP SP3). I've searched the forums and haven't really found an answer to my specific question. I feel dumb for asking because I haven't seen it addressed, so it must be something really obvious that I'm overlooking.

My goal was to create a data CD of a hundred or so various files scattered throughout my hard drives. So I click the Burn Data button and it opens the Data Burner Wizard.

It took several hours to create the perfect compilation. Then it came time to burn. It gave the option to do a test burn, so I chose it to be on the safe side. The test finished with no problems. There were options to save a log file or send a report. I didn't, since there were no problems. There was no other option than to click Finish, so I did. It closed the Data Burner Wizard and took me back to the main StarBurn program.

I wasn't sure why the wizard closed. So I click the Burn Data button again. The Data Burner Wizard opens again, and its blank. All the files I'd compiled to burn were no longer listed.

Is there an option to save an unburned session to burn at a later time? Is my compilation saved anywhere that I can simply reload back into the wizard and burn?


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 Post subject: Re: How to save an unburned session?
PostPosted: Mon Jan 13, 2014 9:34 am 
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Please use "Build Image" wizard to compile your data files into ISO file and save it to disc.
You can write compiled ISO image to CD/DVD/BR with "Burn Image" any time you need.


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