basic cd/dvd copy software?

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  1. lodore

    lodore Registered Member

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    Hello,
    im looking for some simple cd/dvd direct copy software.
    freeware and uninstalls cleanly is the creteria.

    i sometimes use ashampoo but havent installed it since i changed to 64bit vista.
    hoping for something simple that does the job.
     
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  2. Arup

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    Look no further than ImgBurn, small yet highly configurable, no issues, fast and cleanly uninstalls.
     
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    Hi Lodore,

    Ugh! I used to use Roxio dumped it. Now I'm using 'Image Burn' small, simple & gets the job done.

    Take Care
    Rico
     
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    The one integrated in Windows XP and Vista . Simply drag what you need to be copied in the CD drive section and press a button/link . No need to install or even what Microsoft have already integrated.
     
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    if i stuck in a music cd would i be able to do a copy of that? or would it create a data cd instead?

    my main needs for disc burning is eiether direct copy of a disc or burning an .iso file to a disc.


    on another note:im hoping windows 7 will the ability to mount and burn .iso files to disc on its own.
     
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    I use CDBurnerXP Pro: http://cdburnerxp.se/

    Have used it for years and never any issues. And the price is right.... :)

    As mentioned above, needs .NET 2.0 or higher for v4.xx, however, the older 3.xx versions don't.
     
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    Starburn holds lots of promise but its early version 1.0 now, I would wait for it to mature a bit more.
     
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    Its version 10.5 and its been around since I think 2004
    when first hit the scene :cool:
    they used to call it Grab&Burn

    yep....2004
    http://www.rocketdivision.com/news.html?page=all
     
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    ImgBurn ...great for nubies like me :D
     
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    Nothing wrong with ashampoo on 64bit windows, it works fine. Burning Studio 6 is available for free from their website if you didn't know.
     
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    I've used CDRTFE (CDRTools Frontend) for a long time. It has done everything I have asked it to do, including data discs, audio, making and burning images, creating video DVDs, and VCD/SVCD. I am very happy with it. It's free too!!!
     
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    @Arup...your welcome :thumb:
     
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