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NERO 6 ANY UPDATES FOR VISTA SP1

MY VISTA OPERATING SYSTEM KEEPS ON ASKING ME TO UPDATE TO USE NERO 6 SOFTWARE

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  • Anthony Ward
    Anthony Ward Oct 14, 2008

    help

  • Anthony Ward
    Anthony Ward Oct 15, 2008

    THANKS VERY MUCH WILL TRY YOUR SOLUTION ASAP.

  • grumpy_7789 Dec 31, 2008

    Sounds to me like vista and nero co. has something going here to make you buy their software.Maybe we should think about trying different burning software.Or better yet move to linux, is all free.I have the same dam thing going on with vista home basic with sp1.Keeps asking me to uodate Nero.

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Hi..... I believe that nero 6 is too old and incompatible with best and its best to download the latest nero 9 which is made particularly for vista.
You can download from the link http://www.nero.com/ena/downloads-nero9-trial.php
Hope my info solves your problem.... Thanx for using fixya....

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