Creator of recovery disk will not display files

I just bought a NB200 and trying to make recovery disks. When I load the Creator program of recovery disk, under disk selection, it shows no file or options for CD/DVD and the button create in the lower part is grayed out. Can anyone suggest what I am doing wrong? I'm a novice all help would be really appreciated. Thank you

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