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dvd shrink nero and windows vista

Discussion in 'DVD Shrink forum' started by carguy, Feb 13, 2007.

  1. carguy

    carguy Member

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    is anybody using windows vista and burning with no problem. i know that nero doesnt work with vista thanks in advance
     
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    i don't think there is any programs that work well with vista right now....
     
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    I think right now at least that the words Vista and Burning are oxymoron's. I am unaware of a program that will do it. I am HOPING that ripit4me will do so soon.

    Arrrr...that said I will not be switching to vista any time soon. I will be going linux way before that time comes!
     
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    To answer your question YES you can use vista and still burn dvd's.
    I just got new pc with Vista and burned 2 dvd's with it using dvdfab decrypter,dvd shrink and nero. I had no problems at all.
     
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    I had no problems with any of my usual burning, ripping, or re_authoring software either?

    What program won't work?

    Here is what I have and work fine

    Nero 7 (enhanced)
    CloneDVD2
    AnyDVD
    DVD Decrypter
    DVD Shrink
    RipIt4Me
    and a few others.

    Now with that being said I still wouldn't run out and buy Vista if I were anyone here. It isn't worth the money and there are far more glitches and hic-ups than you can shake a stick at. XP w/SP2 is still much more stable. Unless you just like messing around with computers and have an extra one to throw Vista on I would not recommend anyone install this on there main system at all (not yet anyway).
     
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    I have Vista and these are the steps I use.

    1. Decrypt with DVDFab.

    2. Compress with CloneDVD2

    3. Burn with IMGBurn.


    I have seen Nero 7 Ultra which is Vista compatable, but why spend $100 when IMG is free.
     

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