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    Default CD/DVD burning programs

    hello
    I was wondering what would be a good CD/DVD burning program.
    Must say that I am out of touch as to what is good and not to fancy.
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    Default Re: CD/DVD burning programs

    If you want something free, but not that fancy

    This

    Or This

    Or something like Nero, if you want to pay for it

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    Quote Originally Posted by Speedy Gonzales View Post
    If you want something free, but not that fancy
    This
    Or This
    Or something like Nero, if you want to pay for it
    Thanks Speedy
    Have you used any of the "smaller" programs?
    I have seen Nero on someone else's machine and I think it is to fancy for what I need /want.
    Any other suggestions?
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    Default Re: CD/DVD burning programs

    I tried the first link I gave a while ago. Pretty easy interface. Just select and add. I dont think it gives u any fancy menus to make up

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    Default Re: CD/DVD burning programs

    DeepBurner (http://www.deepburner.com) is a decent one - it supports saving to ISO files too.
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    Default Re: CD/DVD burning programs

    ImgBurn is great for those basic burning tasks. I use it across a number of XP and Vista machines here never had a problem with it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jwil1 View Post
    DeepBurner (http://www.deepburner.com) is a decent one - it supports saving to ISO files too.
    Hi jiwil
    Thanks.
    So it can compile(save) as an iso file?
    Have you used it? Happy with it?
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    Default Re: CD/DVD burning programs

    Quote Originally Posted by notechyet View Post
    Hi jiwil
    Thanks.
    So it can compile(save) as an iso file?
    Have you used it? Happy with it?
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    Yep, works great. Compiles fast too.

    Still use it frequently - it's in my list of "essential apps"

    EDIT; then use BurnCDCC (http://www.terabyteunlimited.com/dow...e-software.htm) to write it to a CD.
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    BurnAware Free Edition, is simple to use for burning CD audio, DVD video, and ISO images...
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    Quote Originally Posted by kahawai chaser View Post
    BurnAware Free Edition, is simple to use for burning CD audio, DVD video, and ISO images...
    Second BurnAware. It is seriously light-weight but has all the functions you'd need.
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