Burning Software

  [email protected]© 20:10 30 Apr 2006

A popular question I expect! What is the best and user-friendly software out there, that will do all kinds of burning including DVDs.

  Stuartli 20:13 30 Apr 2006


You can buy it from Scan from around £1.16 upwards depending on whether OEM version or not and immediately update it to the latest version at click here

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  VoG II 20:19 30 Apr 2006

Or Roxio click here;jsessionid=HM3KMENWRS4QGCQAMYWRVQQ?_requestid=10362125

Don't get both - they don't get on together.

  VoG II 20:19 30 Apr 2006

Drat! click here

  ianeon 20:32 30 Apr 2006

I agree with Stuartli - Nero6 is the simplist,most reliable and accurate - Do not go for Nero7 it is buggie

  phono 20:40 30 Apr 2006

I have used Nero in various versions for years and have always found it excellent.


I currently have Nero 7 and have had no problems so far.

  TonyV 20:45 30 Apr 2006

I have an early copy of Nero, Version 5, and have considered upgrading to a later version. I have looked at Version 6 and find there seems to be no end of versions out there. 6.0, 6.1 et al and 6 Reloaded as well as a 6 Suite and an OEM version! I'm not sure what they all do so have stayed with Version 5! I've had no problems with it at all.


  phono 20:50 30 Apr 2006

Not absolutely sure but I believe version 6 will allow DVD burning as well.

  TonyV 20:54 30 Apr 2006



  The Spires 21:10 30 Apr 2006

I have had Nero 7 since release & have found it an improvement on version 6, no problems.

  shy 21:30 30 Apr 2006

regret unable to burn photos into dvd disc by Nero 6,any useful tips

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