CDBurnerXP 4.2.2.984

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  1. Majorgeeks

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    Been using this software for a while now and i must say i`m really happy with it.
    Used to go with Nero 7 before but changed to this simply because i didn`t need all the extra stuff that comes packed with Nero.

    I can highly recommend using CDBurnerXP:thumb:
     
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    Does anyone know if "Nero" and "CDBurnerXP" are compatible on the same partition?
     
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    I've had them both on the same PC before. They both ran ok. (CDBurnerXP needs .NET Framework 2.0 or higher to run.)

    2 things though... I wouldn't install CDBurnerXP with the all user burning rights add-on (shouldn't need it anyway for Admin accounts) and don't run them both at the same time.
     
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    Thanks for the info, it makes the decision to install less stressful--cortez
     
  7. Majorgeeks

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    Good advice. Im a bit bummed about Nero. A nice, lightweight burning program worth the 30, 40 or even 50 bucks. I think I paid for it twice over the past years. However as the last few years goes by it seems to be hundreds of megs now and almost a hundred bucks. I still use an old version myself, but fail to see why Nero could not keep it lean and mean. Like many, I need to do a handful of tasks and do not need wizards and bloat. Oh well... :(

     
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    ImgBurn (free) and Ashampoo (cheap) are 2 good alternatives you could give a go and like. Both have their own uses on my pc.
     
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