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Fraaadrik
06-01-07, 11:11
nvm

Joseph
06-01-07, 18:07
Nero couldn't find it. Nero couldn't find what?

Fraaadrik
06-01-07, 19:03
nvm

Joseph
06-01-07, 19:15
You must select the burner in the dropdown box (in Nero). Source drive - Destination drive.

Fraaadrik
06-01-07, 19:46
nvm

Joseph
06-01-07, 20:02
What menu is that??? It's not the right menu. You have Nero? Which version?

And what Operating System? Windows 95 / 98 / ME / NT / 2000 / XP ?

Fraaadrik
06-01-07, 20:11
nvm

Joseph
06-01-07, 20:14
But even version 5.5 let you select the burning device in a dropdownbox... :pi:

Fraaadrik
06-01-07, 20:33
nvm

Chug a Bug
06-01-07, 20:57
Using XP and i'm using an old version of Nero since I dont own the latest one (5.5.8.0). Downloading the trial version of the latest version right now.

Theres your answer right there. 5.5.8.0 is a very old version. Your DVD burner is almost certainly a newer model not supported by this software.

Joseph
06-01-07, 22:12
But I can't find any drop down box =[ This is how the entire screen looks like

http://img218.imageshack.us/my.php?image=blarrrul6.jpgOh that's an old version i have too but not installed (have 6.6 installed) so i try what i can recall....Close that little window. Move the files you want to burn from the right pane over into the left pane. Then click on the little icon with the 2 disks. What menu pops up then?

You should at some point (when nero has collected the files) get a menu with all the options. There you're supposed to select (from a dropdownbox) which burner to use.

Fraaadrik
06-01-07, 23:08
nvm

Joseph
06-01-07, 23:41
Aha! :tmb: Hey Fraaadrik. Many shops offer the OEM version of Nero. Costs only €6,95 ...http://www.computerland.nl/index.php?page=beschrijving&prodid=4733 That's what i have. and it contains all function you would need. They are meant for 1 PC only, so i bought it 4 times ....:p

Chug a Bug
07-01-07, 00:02
You're welcome Fraaadrik. I hope that you manage to get something sorted soon. :wve:

Fraaadrik
07-01-07, 00:05
nvm

Joseph
07-01-07, 00:16
I wish the place I bought the burner at could've informed me to buy the latest burner program available when I bought it.They should have. And when you buy a Plextor you get Nero OEM for free (included in the box).

Fraaadrik
07-01-07, 00:24
nvm

Joseph
07-01-07, 00:25
Ahhhh...! First time i meet someone who actually bought such kit from komplett! :D
So... no manual, no software? o_O

But admit they are sharply priced & good quality! No?

Fraaadrik
07-01-07, 00:57
nvm

Joseph
07-01-07, 01:37
You should have bought all parts seperately. Read reviews, get acquainted with different options etc... and then buy. Only buy at komplett what is cheaper there (i saved 50,- buying my Conroe 6600, and 150,- for the Corsair twinx 8500 RAM at them instead of in my local shop), and the rest elsewhere (my coolermaster PSU was cheapest in a local shop (13,- off)... :)

Fraaadrik
07-01-07, 01:51
nvm

Joseph
07-01-07, 01:59
Well it's not bad at all what your dad recommended! It is MUCH better price/performance than buying any ready PC from a store, you know what's in it and you learn from it too (from the assembling). :tmb:

Visit sites like Anandtech (http://www.anandtech.com/) , browse from link to link... :)