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In Windows Vista or windows 7 you can just drag and drop them to the DVD or CD (you can drag and drop to cd even in XP)
Just select files that you want to burn - right click on them and select option "send to " -> CD/DVD
You wil see a popup on the right bottom corner that will prompt yuo if you want to burn these files.
Just click on that and click "Burn" in the opened window.
You will have two files MDF and MDS, you need "alcohol 120%" to burn these to disc. First open alcohol and click on burn image on left side of window, then navigate to MDF and MDS files you want to burn, then double click the smaller one of the two files(can't remember which is which) and burn this, alcohol picks up the larger file from smaller one.(if you get stuck google "burn MDF MDS files")
Your burner can only achieve high speeds towards the end of the burning progress as the data burned reaches the outer areas of the disc. Burning starts at the center of the disc - the more the laser moves towards the outer end, the faster the burning speed gets. I have a 20x burner and 18x discs, and every burn starts at about 6-7x and then gets progressively faster, until the last 20secs of the burn it actually burns at 18x.