Discussion in 'Nero discussion' started by rc1489, Jul 1, 2007.
Uninstall Roxio, it is not on this system?
Is the Nero upgrade a purchase ?
The builder copied the files from the old drive on to this drive, but the Roxio program is not installed, where did you see it?
Ive tried to download the newer version 3 or 4 days but get this
Internet Explorer cannot display the webpage
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Diagnose Connection Problems
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The update would be free.
Are you downloading it from Nero's site?
You can also try downloading it from Afterdawn - link
The Roxio bit you can see from the drive listed in the log under 'existing drivers' - Drivers\CDRALW2K.SYS
It could also be a Roxio product like Sonic or Record Now. I think there's a WinAmp version that uses this driver also.
Downloading Nero Burning ROM v126.96.36.199...
so is this the right version?
on afterdawn link
Yep that's the right version - Nero posted an update today.
Whats the difference between http://www.nero.com/nero7/enu/nero7-up.php, and the one you posted?
I'm presently on a dialupand i don't think i want to try that large a download?
There's no difference - same version just hosted by Afterdawn.
Yeah it is a big download and when their servers are busy it can take awhile to download even with high speed.
Have you tried burning a data dvd with ImgBurn? How'd that go?
No i haven't tried that yet,how big of a download is that?
IF IMGburn is not a big download are the drivers up to date, are their conflicts between that and nero being you noticed roxio which i don't have installed?
No ImgBurn isn't that big of a download at all.
It's a pretty conflict free program.
Use the build mode to add and burn the data
Do you use ImgBurn? Why do you use it instad of Nero? Where does ImgBurn originate from. Where can i get the Nero cd, today i got a warning your 30 day trial period is over and my version as posted earlier was told to me by the builder of my pc i would not have to buy Nero? but download is something else.
Do i have to do this
Download plugins for Nero from Neroplugins.
after the download http://www.afterdawn.com/software/cdr_software/cdr_applications/nero.cfm
then i have to do an uninstall anf run the cleanig tool?
why does one download say 11 mb, and the other 173mb?
I use ImgBurn instead of Nero for burning dual layer. I think it handles the layer break better.
ImgBurn is a free program developed by LightningUK who also developed decrypter.
If you're getting the trial expired sounds check with the builder on the serial # or did they give it to you- it sounds like a trial was only installed.
You'll need the right (non trial) serial # when you update. Well to at least make sure the right one is entered.
Nero is a big download - the 173 mb would be the one.
I won't worry about the plugins from that link - they're a bit old.
I guess i would just as soon purchase the cd froM NERO, which site is the one to use for that? The window that is coming up is when i try to open a .mov with essentials. I opened up the shortcut for essentials to do a burn and no warning. Why is it on the view and not the burn?
You can check Nero site about getting a cd but I think thats mostly emailing you a serial #.
In Store must be the best way to buy Nero to get the cd but the problem there is the version would need to be a Vista compatible one - 7.5 version and above. So you might still have to download an update.
In store that would be Ultre Edition Enhanced or Premium Reloaded (depends on the country on the name)
Nero doesn't always support .mov files and to do them you would be using Vision - since this looks like it was an oem (nero essentials) some of the those only come with trial periods for Vision. The rest of the apps are fine- no trial.
So it may just be best to contact Nero about getting the plugin for Vision.
IS this site just an open site and no ties to Nero?
I see today a ROXIO ad above this post. I used roxio for cd's only on my old pc, so i guess i could go that route. Any comments on Roxio for DVD'S?
Under Roxio's site-System Requirements
Minimum System Requirements:
Microsoft® Windows Vista, Windows XP Home, Professional, or Media Center Edition (Service Pack 2), Windows XP Professional x64 Edition
For Windows XP systems
500 MHz Intel® Pentium III or equivalent; 128 MB RAM
1 GHz Intel® Pentium III or faster processor and at least 256 MB RAM is recommended
For Windows Vista Basic systems, 512 MB RAM
For all other Windows Vista versions, 1 GB RAM
1024x768, 32 bit graphic display
DirectX 9 or higher compatible sound card and graphics card
Microsoft Internet Explorer 6 or higher
CD-ROM drive to install the software
For burning: multimedia compliant CD, DVD, or Blu-ray Disc recordable drive
my video is onboard 6150 nvidia, mabe le, will that support or i need a separate card?
Nope no ties to Nero - this is an 'unoffical' Nero forum.
I haven't used Roxio in a long time so can't help to much there but that's one helluva a ram requirement when running Vista and Roxio - 1 gig.
You video card should be fine.
Have you tried ImgBurn yet? Personally I'd try that one first for burning before buying another program. It usually very conflict free.
I have Img downloade to my desktop, just not installed yet, i guess the view files like .mov, was disappointing, not to use Nero, anymore, i guess the builder sod me a bill of goods. I have 2 gigs on the pc, but if i don't need to over use it, i prob won't. Is there a .mov viewer with Imgburn?
After i asked the question before, i started looking over the site some more and did see the unofficial reference, and found a Vista forum also.
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