Most often as a source for recording games use a disk image - a file with the extension iso, nrg, cue, img, etc.
In order to burn it to a CD-blank, except for the disc itself, you need a CD-recorder and a recording program that can work with image files.
One such application is Nero Burning ROM and its version with the simplified interface Nero Express.
Place a CD-disc in the optical disc recorder to record the game.
If the game is stored on the computer as an imageDisk, then after launching the Nero Express application, select the section named "Image, Project, Copy" on its left side. As a result, a list of three options appears in the right part of the window - select "Disk Image or Save Project". Nero will open a window in which you need to find a file on your computer with the image of the game being written. Highlight it and click the "Open" button. After that, the program will go to the "Final recording settings" window.
Make sure that the "Current recorder" field is selected.This is the optical disc recorder in which you installed the disc. If in the lower right corner of this window you see a button with the inscription "Imitation", click on the vertical rectangular button located in the center of the left side of the window to access additional settings. In the additional panel that opens, uncheck the "Simulation" field and put a mark in the "Record" field - the button in the lower right corner will change the inscription to "Record".
If you previously had problems writing toThe same disc at maximum speed, then select one of the values in the drop-down list "Write speed". If you do not have the opportunity to wait for the end of the process, then mark in the field "Automatic shutdown PC" - Nero will shut down the computer after the process of burning the CD-ROM.
Click the "Record" button, and Nero Express will startA process that can take several tens of minutes to several hours. The percentage of the task, together with information about what the application is doing at the current stage, you will see in the information window on the screen. When the recording is finished, the program will sound a beep and push the tray with the disc.