One of the first video game consoles to have 3-D graphics, the Sega Saturn was a successful alternative to the Sony PlayStation One in 1995. Many people backup their Sega Saturn games on a disc and burn them as an ISO image. The ISO is a duplicate of the original Sega Saturn game containing all of its data. The ISO is stored on your hard drive and played on a Sega Saturn emulator, however, you can burn Sega Saturn games. Burning software is available online for you to burn Sega Saturn games on a blank and recordable DVD-R or DVD-RW disc.
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Insert your Sega Saturn game into your DVD drive.
Download Astroburn Lite in "Resources."
Launch Astroburn Lite. Go to the desktop shortcut "Astroburn Lite" and then double-click the icon to launch the software.
Click the "Image tab." This is where you will burn the Sega Saturn game.
Click the "Device" drop-down list and then select your DVD drive.
Click "Start Burn" to burn a Sega Saturn game. The size of your Sega Saturn game determines how long it takes to burn. It may take several hours to complete the burning process.
Launch PowerISO by going to your desktop and then double-clicking "PowerISO" icon.
Click the "Burn" button on the toolbar. The ISO burner dialogue box will display on your screen.
Browse your computer and then select your DVD drive holding the Sega Saturn game.
Click "Burn" to burn the Sega Saturn game.
Download and launch MagicISO.
Click "Burn CD/DVD with ISO..." button on the toolbar.
Click "CD/DVD Writer" drop-down list to select your DVD drive where you want to burn the Sega Saturn game.
Click "Folder" in "CD Image File" to select the Sega Saturn game in your DVD drive.
Click "Burn It!" to burn Sega Saturn games.
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