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Nero couldn't find it. Nero couldn't find what?
You must select the burner in the dropdown box (in Nero). Source drive - Destination drive.
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 ?
But even version 5.5 let you select the burning device in a dropdownbox... :pi:
Chug a Bug
Using XP and i'm using an old version of Nero since I dont own the latest one (126.96.36.199). Downloading the trial version of the latest version right now.
Theres your answer right there. 188.8.131.52 is a very old version. Your DVD burner is almost certainly a newer model not supported by this software.
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.
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
You're welcome Fraaadrik. I hope that you manage to get something sorted soon. :wve:
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).
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?
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)... :)
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... :)
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