1) Download and save the ISO
2) Open the ISO file with software such as PowerISO. The unregistered version works fine for me, even though it says there's a limitation. Here's the official download link [Only registered and activated users can see links. ]
3) Navigate to the IDX folder and delete any unwanted Points of Interest Data.
4) Save the image in a different location from where you downloaded it. (Click "save as" in PowerISO and save to a destination of your choice)
5) Open IMGBURN. Select "write image file to disc" and select your saved ISO
6) In IMGBURN, click on Tools>Settings>Write>Options . Under layer break, click on "User specified" and set layer break to 1261456. Press OK
7) Insert your blank disc. You''ll notice on the right hand side, IMGBURN tells you the supported write speeds of the disc.
8) Select the lowest possible write speed and burn away!
You can use a DL disc if you like, just follow step 5 onwards.
Another thing you should do before you burn another disc, is check the MD5 checksum of your original downloaded file. Files can get damaged during download. Download this software [Only registered and activated users can see links. ]
Compare your file's MD5 checksum with this