Nero 6 or Nero 7?

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QwertyManiac

Commander in Chief
Oh that's cause its a multi-language version which's leaked. I guess the single language would be around 300-400 MB.
 

ax3

Cool as a CUCUMBAR ! ! !
Nero 6 4 pc`s with low RAM & basis pc`s .........

Nero 7 4 pc`s with High RAM .........
 

Hackattack

Multicore Mutant
What kind of CD/DVD can one write with Nero 7, that one can't in Nero 6 ??

I am very happy with Nero 6.

I installed Nero 7 just to check out the Network burn feature, its good but doesn't work on multisession cd's.

And ya when BR and HD-DVD becomes widely available, i will be forced to install their new version, as of now Hail Nero 6. :)
 

clmlbx

Technomancer
you should upgrade to nero 7 .I will say upgrade to nero 8 .

I have noticed increase in writing speed in nero 7 a lot comparing to nero 6 and little bit in nero 8 comparing to nero 7 .
 

slugger

Banned
gary4gar said:
so is Cd buner xp good for writing dvd's?

to tell u d truth i have burnt only a couple of disks using it [all error-free]

i use Nero 7 Essentials since i got it with my writer :)

mite wan2 try it out (max 7-10 bux wasted, but i dont think it will b wasted tho)
 

infra_red_dude

Wire muncher!
i still use nero 6. it does a find job for me. there mebbe some incompatibilities wid multisession DVDs burnt wid nero 6. thats the only drawback. but i stay away from it hence no problem. nero 6 is the last non-bloated version!

if multisession dvds are ur requirement then i suggest nero 7 (not the retail version but the lite or micro version).
 

Liggy

Is actually a real word..
Nero.com has a package to purchase Nero 8 ultra and as a bonus they give you nero 7 ultra.... So how good do you think those 2 peices of software are. I downloaded nero 8 for my vista, works good but thats cuz there is hardly anything (other programs) on my vista machine. If I want to backup a movie I still use nero 6.6 ultra. if you have 6 I would stick with 6, unless you're made of money.
 
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infra_red_dude said:
i still use nero 6. it does a find job for me. there mebbe some incompatibilities wid multisession DVDs burnt wid nero 6. thats the only drawback. but i stay away from it hence no problem. nero 6 is the last non-bloated version!

if multisession dvds are ur requirement then i suggest nero 7 (not the retail version but the lite or micro version).

I dont think theres any problem with multisession DVD's written in Nero 6. I had been using Nero 6 since long and do write a multisession DVD almost every day and never faced a problem.
 

infra_red_dude

Wire muncher!
i'm not talking about problem wid writing. i'm talking compatibility.

btw, vista doesn't officially support nero 6. i tried to run it, however, but there were lotsa problems.
 

infra_red_dude

Wire muncher!
i'm not talking about problem wid writing. i'm talking compatibility.

btw, vista doesn't officially support nero 6. i tried to run it, however, but there were lotsa problems.
 

Liggy

Is actually a real word..
"Nero 8 will have at least the same functions as Nero 7 has but video and sound editing will even be better and provide new features!
As Nero 8 can be pre-ordered since some days you can get Nero 7 for free to use this version until Nero 8 will be available in October.
Nero 7 supports Windows Vista since version 7.5.7.0
You can download the latest Nero 7 version from our website (free of charge for all Nero 7 customers!):
http://www.nero.com/nero7/eng/nero7-up.php
In addition you can download all Nero 7 manuals from the Nero website:
http://www.nero.com/nero7/eng/User_Guides.html" (this is a response I got from an email I wrote to Nero.. as u can see nero 6 isn't supported for vista)
 
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