BurnAware Free returns...

Discussion in 'other software & services' started by HAN, Sep 6, 2008.

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  1. HAN

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    A follow-up...

    I loaded the new version 2.1.1. It offers eveything that original had plus more options (CD Text, different ISO modes (including Mode 2/XA), Blue-Ray Disk support, etc.) The overall interface remains pretty clean. But it isn't quite as simple as the original 1.x versions.

    A couple things I don't like... Finalize, DAO and Verify options must be set with each burn if you want them on. Also, the program is set to auto-update by default. Remember to turn it off if you don't want it calling home each time you run it.

    A final note... I learned that the old version of BurnAware MUST be uninstalled before loading this one. If not, when you do uninstall it, it will break the new version (it did for me. :D)
     
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    I do have Burnaware free old version on my other pc and it's only been used to burn a couple of iso's.

    Really liked it's simple clean cut GUI and I'm gonna grab this one for a run on this setup.

    Thanks for sharing HAN. :)
     
  4. Saraceno

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    Thanks for sharing the link. :thumb:
     
  5. Huupi

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    I use the old free version among others,confess that i use it every more now because of its simplicity and always work flawless.
     
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