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    Nec Burners!!
    UGH!!


    We had issues running those in certain systems, even with a firmware update and patches for the burning software either for easy cd-creator or nero.

    I like easy cd-creator 5.x (basic version, not platinum) and Roxio 5.5x.
    Clone cd works well too.

    The only complaint I have about Easy Cd-creator is when there are software updates, you have to be a Roxio registered member with the site to gain access to downloads. Man, why did adaptec have to stop supporting such a decent product?

    That is so stupid!!!!



    Nero doesn't do that, thank goodness.

    You should be able to download software patches (games, o.s., applications, etc.) or driver updates from almost anyplace without registration!!!
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    Nero gets my vote
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    Looks like Nero is the s**t
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    yep nero is the s......
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    NERO is definitely a Supreme tool

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    Nero

    Make sure you get the updates and see if your drive is supported. The disk makes a difference too. Brian

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    How many threads are there here anyway. I say at least 5-10
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    Nero all the way

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    Nero unless I want to crossfade music, then it's CD Creator...

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    Adaptech Easycd creater is must, Nero is also

    EasyCDcreater***** very easy
    Nero Burning Rom 5.8*****
    equal mark

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    go for the nero...

    Easy CD Creator is good, too.

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    Lens list of cd burning programs ( ranked best to worst)

    1. Clone cd - cant get any better for copies - no way !!!! love this program

    2. Nero - excellent, one of the first to alow mo3 to music cd capability - wow that was a long time ago

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    Now, about ez cd creator

    the only time i use it is to install on a computer that i am selling or give to someone that is clueless.

    hate the program,

    Very buggy

    bah - ill stick with nero and clone - no substitutes

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    Another Vote For Nero.
    Nero Is My Hero!!!

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    Nero.
    And, hey, WinXP users, the default integrated burning tool is cool too !!!

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    Originally posted by belgarath16
    I have to agree with jad1097...Nero gave me nothing but headaches. It said I couldn't copy from my CDROM to my CDRW directly because they were on the same IDE channel! (WTF?) Aren't they all? Who slaves a CDROM to the primary?
    It also continually encountered errors when copying from HDD temp file to CDR's.

    MY Adaptec (Roxio now) works just fine from CD to CD, HD to CD, Image files....everyting.

    My Nero CD is a liscensed coaster!
    The following is the correct configuration for these 3 Devices:

    Primary IDE Port - Hard Drive Master, CD-ROM Drive Slave.

    Secondary IDE Port - CDRW Master (Set Jumper to Master)

    This configuration is especially important for burning "On-The-Fly".

    DMA should also be enabled, if the system supports it.

    Oh, yes - I like both Nero and CloneCD.

    I use Nero for music and CloneCD for backing up Software.
    Last edited by mpacey; 09-30-2002 at 11:16 AM.

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