When I moved to Vista some weeks ago, I realized that my old CD burning software is not working, anymore. I looked around for another free tool, but wasn't able to find one that doesn't install spyware. Then, I found a link to ISO Recorder V3 at Computer Bits.
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ISO Recorder V3 is very easy-to-use. Just right click on an ISO file and select "copy image to CD". By the way, if you want to burn images with the img extension, for example, the WAIK image, you only have to rename it by giving it the suffix "ISO".
ISO Recorder V3 also allows you to create ISO files. Creating an ISO file is just like burning one. Just right click on the CD/DVD drive letter, and there you are.