1. Pick a Quality CD/DVD
Always use the highest quality CD/DVD. Remember that your data in CD/DVD is much valuable than the cost of your CD/DVD itself.
2. Always copy from local hard drives
Avoid copying from a network source. If the source files for your disk are somewhere on network, copy the files to your local hard drives first and burn from there. This can avoid any network connection problem.
3. Ensure your Battery Power if burning on a laptop
Avoid burning on a laptop computer that is low on battery power. You should plug your laptop to ensure the power supply.
4. Close usused application before burning
This can reduce the resources consumption of your computer, which can help keep your burning process smooth.
5. Avoid Any Movement of Drive
When burning, it’s always better to keep your disc drive stable and untouch.
6. Review the CD/DVD after burning
Review your CD/DVD after burning. Check if it can run correctly and all the files are there.