Thanks very much, not only for your help, but with your speed of reply. Since I posted my problem this morning, it's come to light that the person who replaced my burner downloaded Nero but probably didn't register it, so it no longer has all its properties.
I've just ordered a new Nero 7 on line and hope to be able to install and register it in a couple of days time. If I have problems after that, perhaps I could ask for your help, but, hopefully that won't be necessary.
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First you need to locate your music/audio. If it was downloaded from Limewire/Frostwire the default location would be C:\Documents and Settings\**Your Username**\Shared
You can also access your music/audio through Limewire/Frostwire, by going to your Library, then highlighting a file that you want to burn and press explore. This will open the folder containing the highlighted file.
Alternatively use the search to search for something you know is in the folder you want to access or eg. search for the extension of the music/audio you want to burn.
First it may be worth mentioning that there are two ways of burning audio in Nero 7. Using Nero Express or Nero Burning ROM (The original Nero program). I find both very simple to use, but prefer Nero Express, so That's what I will use here.
First open Nero StartSmart:
Pressing add is not necessary. You can also open folders outside of Nero Express, and then you drag and drop the same way.
You can make mp3 disks using Nero Express as well. Just choose make Data Disk instead of Audio CD in Nero StartSmart. The only difference you will see is that instead of minutes you will be adding size (MB)
In case you run into playback issues when using Nero Express, then you have two options. You could try using Nero Burning ROM. Raaf explains here how to do that with Nero 6, but Nero 7 is very similar:
Your machine has more than enough specs to to the job
DVD's speeds are preset by the dvd itself under normal circumstances so trying to change speed may well cause it to fail.
If your dvd says 16x then the burning program will sense that and adjust accordingly.
If you try to burn faster the speed listed on your dvd then it is almost certain to fail.
Nero has tools that help to set it up for the drive that it is going to burn with nero speed and the info tool that usually ships with nero will run diagnostics on the drive and save these setting to use with the burning side of the programs.
I would suggest you re-set anything you might have changed in nero then run the tools and try again.
If you still have any issues post any further information back to this post so that we can assist you easier.
Hello my friend, how are you? regarding on your problem kindly try nero burner software. Here's the link where you can download nero for free. Download Nero Burner. Kindly install it in your system and then try it... I am using this burner for almost 10 years... Hope it will help your problem solved. If you need more assistance just reply to this post.
I had the same problem before upgrading my RAM. Seems video burning software like nero are RAM hogs; if you do not have a large amount of RAM then it slowers the burning speed down to a crawl.[ BTW I didn't get maximum burning speeds using nero on a Windows Vista computer until I upgraded to 2 GB RAM] Hope this helps & please remember to rate my answer.
When you open Nero select copy dvd. Select the dvd-rom as the read drive. Put the dvd to be copied in there. Select the dvd-rw as the write drive and place a blank dvd r or dvd rw in it the select copy.
If you are copying a DVD to another blank DVD, just put the original DVD inside > open Nero > click Copy disk > then the copy dialog box window will appear. > Just select your favourite speed ( [8x] medium speed recommended) and click Burn.
If you are copying a DVD to your hard disk, just put your DVD on the drive, Open My computer > right click DVD drive icon and click open > Then select the appropriate file or folder to copy > right click it select copy > close the window.
Now open My computer > open disk drive [may be D: or E:and so on... ] > right click and select paste. Now the file will be copied to your disk.