Duane, it sounds like you simply created a data DVD with some image files on it. As you've indicated, that works fine when you put it into a PC running Windows. You can click on a picture, and the Windows Picture Viewer program will open up, and you can start a slide show. That's a program (Windows Picture Viewer) running on a PC with a full operating system.
Now you're asking your DVD/VCR combo player to do the same thing. Some players have the capability to do that, some don't, it depends on the firmware that's in them and how "smart" they are. You'll have to look at the manual for your player to see if it's supposed to have that capability. If it is supposed to be able to do that, then the next question would be, do you get any error messages on your TV or DVD player front panel when you try to load your DVD in your player? Something like, "Disc Unreadable" or, "No Disc", or anything like that? It could be a case that instead of DVD+R, you need to use DVD-R discs. So let us know what type of message you might be getting from your player.
If your player does not have the capability (again, look at the manual) to display pictures from a data DVD, then you'll need to take a different approach, and make a slideshow video. It's more complicated than what you're doing now, but briefly, what you do is create a DVD video of your pictures, which your player can play.
You'll start by opening the VideoWave program within Creator 2011, add your pictures, maybe set the transitions between the pictures, possibly add music, and then save the project. Then you open the MyDVD program within Creator 2011, and use that to write your video to the DVD, which creates the proper folders and files for your DVD player to recognize a video DVD. (Use the option for a "No Menu DVD" and the disc should automatically start playing.)
I've left out a lot of detail there, but you're welcome to come back and ask more questions as you get that far.