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I have nero 8 cd/dvd burning software help please help

Im using nero vision 5 burning file converter but when i add files it returns me to the main page all outher software works well but i cant burn dvds . is there a sulition to the problem thanks?

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    i have nero 8 installed in the system ,but it is not working

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May be nero vision 5 doesn't support, may be some features are not there...try use new versions...maybe it can resolve your problems..

try use Nero 8.1.1.0 (Nero-8.1.1.0_eng.exe) and use these serial numbers:

Nero 8 Ultra Edition:
1K22-0867-0795-66M4-5572-1962-E03C
1K22-0867-0795-66M4-5610-7010-3X5E
1K22-0867-0795-66M4-5620-8058-3113
1K22-0867-0795-66M4-5432-8660-4A63
1K22-0867-0795-66M4-5326-9400-KK4K
1K22-0867-0795-66M4-5380-8700-15A0
1K22-0867-0795-66M4-5464-9289-934K
1K22-0867-0795-66M4-5768-4957-6578
1K22-0867-0795-66M4-5788-1908-90X9
1K22-0867-0795-66M4-5570-9978-0C16

OR
Install Nero 8.3.2.1 (Nero8.3.2.1.exe) and try use this serial number:
7K22-OO1B-11OS-E9SS-SG3E-C7G2-BCM2

Hope it works!
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Thank You!

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