How to Burn SNES-Station to a DVD

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How to Burn SNES-Station to a DVD
You can burn SNES-Station to a DVD-R using your computer. (Howard Kingsnorth/Photodisc/Getty Images)

SNES-Station is a homemade emulator program that can play ROM Super Nintendo game files on your computer or PlayStation 2 console. SNES-Station was maintained by a Canadian developer who has since moved on to other projects and no longer has a home page. You can download and burn SNES-Station to a DVD in 10 minutes.

Skill level:
Moderately Easy

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Things you need

  • DVD burner
  • DVD-R disc
  • .ISO burning program

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Instructions

  1. 1

    Turn on your computer, and open a Web browser. Select an .ISO burning program (see Resources), and then download the program and install it. Reboot the computer.

  2. 2

    Open your Web browser again, and download the SNES-Station disc image file from the link in the Resources section. The disc image (.ISO) is a single file that can be read and recorded by the .ISO program. The SNES-Station .ISO disc image is in a ZIP file. Double-click the file to open it, select the SNES-Station .ISO file and drag it to your desktop or desired folder. The .ISO will be extracted from the ZIP file, and SNES-Station will be ready to be burnt to a DVD-R.

  3. 3

    Eject the DVD burner's disc tray, and insert a blank DVD-R disc. Open the .ISO program, select "Burn .ISO to DVD" and then browse for the SNES-Station .ISO disc image. Type a title for the DVD being burnt, and select a disc recording speed. (Choose 1x, 2x, or 4x to avoid high-speed hardware errors during burning.) Click "OK" and the program will begin burning the SNES-Station .ISO image to a DVD-R. You can use SNES-Station from the DVD-R as soon as the recording process is complete.

Tips and warnings

  • SNES-Station is a program used in connection with Super Nintendo ROM game files. Do not use ROM files unless you own the original SNES game, as doing so violates federal copyright laws.

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