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Nero 6 Makes Computer Restart.., and alchol problem

Discussion in 'Video - Software discussion' started by Loufier, Oct 19, 2004.

  1. Loufier

    Loufier Member

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    Can anyone help me with my problem.. when i run Nero it restarts my computer INSTANTLY :(, but alchoal 120% works fine.. Which Leads to my other Problem :(..It Makes my DVD reader out of the "my computer thing" i think it has something to do with alchoals image drive

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    Nero: 63125 (Latest Relese)
    Alcohol 120%: 1.9.2.1705
    Windows Xp Sp2
     
  2. ScubaPete

    ScubaPete Senior member

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    Hi there loufier, welcome to aD,

    Though Nero is an excellent program we tend to forget the fact that our friendly Nero program can get "Flaky" at times and then needs to be uninstalled then reinstalled.

    If you are going to uninstall Nero you must do a "clean" uninstall.

    You must use all of Nero's Clean tools in order to do the job correctly.

    They can all be found here:

    http://www.nero.com/us/631940828445001.html

    General Clean tool
    Registry cleaner and driver cleaner
    InCD Clean tool

    When you reinstall Nero 6 DO NOT install InCD OR if you do, turn it off in msconfig (better to not install it) it can and does cause problems with other proggys.

    Let's also not forget whenever you're uninstalling a program, it's a good practice to reboot your PC (even when it's not called for) to help "Flush" the program out. By the same token, when you install a program, it's a good practice to reboot your PC (even though it might not be required) to help the "New" guy "Settle" it in.


    Giving a fresh start Nero will do it a world of good (You too :)

    Come back and let us know how it goes with a fresh, clean Nero -

    Cheers,

    Pete
     

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