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Sounds like a DVD drive issue to me since the same thing happens in more than one program. Luckily desktop DVD-burners are quite inexpensive, since you should replace the drive completely with a brand new one. It's the fact that it THINKS it burned correctly that is the nail in the coffin.
First off, you need to have a DVD R/W drive in order to use the disc in the picture. If you don't have one, you can purchase an external drive and install it onto your system. From that point, using the disc on your computer I take it to mean how can you BURN a DVD? This depends on your operating system and what program you use to burn it with. There are too many to list here, I suggest using a search engine and asking how to burn DVD's with my ??? system.