I have a Windows XP Sp3 iso. *Tried to copy it to a DVD-R disc, using ImgBurn. I clicked on: "Write Image file to disc" and selected the iso file. There were several notifications advising me that were data miscompares. After the disc had finished burning, I attempted to boot from the disc. I could....with one problem: I got a BSOD, with the error message: " **STOP 0X00000007B 0XF78D2524 0X0000034, 0X000000000, 0X000000000" Here is the thing. I used an old, legitimate copy of Windows XP, from 2004. It is for Fujitsu Siemens, but it keeps bugging me about activating the software and can only do so via internet or phone. I have been unable to use several programs such as Microsoft Office 2010, because of this OS. Another thing I have noticed is that when I burn a iso file of Win XP to a DVD-R, it does not appear in the My Computer with any information or name. Clicking on autoplay, explore, open etc has no effect, and when the disc is inserted and the tray closed, the disc does not automatically play. However, this is not true of all other CDs/DVD/s inserted into my computer, and they DO automatically run (unlike the discs made by me). What I am trying to get is a Win XP OS, which is as modern as possible. I dont know what other information you need from me, please tell me and I will give it.