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Big shortcoming in Windows burning support.. closing a disc.
Other than audio discs, which require the disc to be closed, MS does not support closing a disc that is not full. Quite often I want to make sure that what I put on a disc cannot be altered; though everything I have read says there is no native way to close a disc. I have found a utility to do this, but it is pretty clunky. Other than this, Windows 7 handles the task just fine. Greg or anyone else, any easy (few clicks) way to accomplish this?