ok guys this one is a good alternative for nero..
try my tech.Burner image file burning tool..
- stand alone
- lightweight [192kb ONLY]
- fully portable - no need to install
- stable data read after burn
- low memory consumption
File Image Selection Field:
Supply the name of the file image. This file usually has the .ISO
If you have more than one burning device, then select which device to use.
Check this option to verify the integrity of the disc after burning.
Enables session-at-once (SAO) recording for CD.
Note: The burning device in use must support SAO for this feature to work.
Leave this checked to have the discs finalized (no more writing allowed).
Automaticaly eject the drive tray when needed. Please note that under WinNT/2000/XP/2003, if this option is unchecked, the drive tray will open when the Start button is clicked, but will close automatically.
If you have underrun problems then you may have to choose a slower speed.
If you select the Optimal speed setting, the drive's firmware will be
relied upon to select the best burning speed for the media in use.
Note: The speed can be changed during the burn, but it will not take
effect unless the burn process is stopped and restarte