What PC software to you recommend for using the Powerfile 200S? Searching the web, I see Cumulus and MediaFinder mentioned, but I am having trouble locating the software. The MediaFinder server is down.
I have Nero7. Will this allow me to search my disc library on the Powerfile R200S?
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Microsoft Windows XP and 2000 SP4 or later (the latest service pack is recommended).
800 MHz Intel Pentium III processor or equivalent , 2.2 GHz Intel Pentium IV processor or equivalent recommended. (Actual drive performance depends on PC configuration).
128 MB of RAM (256 MB is recommended for video editing).
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The problem likely is not with your hardware--it may not even be detected unless you have a buring program (non-microsoft) installed. check to be sure that you have no yellow checks in your device manager, and and check for any yellow checks for your CD/DVD ROM
drives,your sound, video and game controllers. If there are none, your
system is go. Your burning software may be corrupted. I recommend a great free program, Belarc Adviser, which will tell you all programs and hardware in your computer, find the CD burning software, like Nero (not backup software) or Roxio, and go to their web sidtes to download pgrades or just redownload them if they aren't working on your computer.
The HP DVD 940 does not have any drivers to install. Just plug it in and reboot your PC and the device will be available but you will need CD/DVD recording software. HP shipped the device with Nero v.6 and this is the disk that you need.