This one took me a little while to figure out, so I thought I’d share my steps with you:
1) Open ImgBurn and select “Write image file to disc” (or choose “Write” from the Mode menu)
2) Click the CD with a music note button (Create CD CUE file)
3) Click the top button on the right (Find Files)
4) Once you’ve added your files, you can choose the tagging/gap preferences
5) Then, click OK, and you can burn the compilation from here.
You should be able to burn any audio format supported by DirectShow; if you need M4a/AAC support, you’ll have to download a plugin, such as the one below:
And…you can find the official instructions from the ImgBurn forums here:
Great article from How-To Geek about playing classic Oregon Trail on Windows…
I am a sucker for nostalgic computer games. Oregon Trail was the first computer game I ever played on the Apple IIe system. With the help of the Enhanced Apple IIe Emulator and some virtual floppy discs we can relive those golden memories on your current PC. I am playing this on my Windows XP box. I am not sure if it works with Vista.
The first thing you need to do is download AppleWin 1.14.0 This is a zip file so just go ahead and extract it where you like. I just put it on my desktop. Open the folder and double click on the AppleWin.exe icon to launch the emulator. To start the virtual machine click on the Apple button on the upper right side.
(continued via Play Oregon Trail The Way You Remember It)