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Nero anyone?

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I'm sitting here at my desk (well one of them anyway), and have a hankering for a copy of Nero V6 or there abouts.

Anyone know a good site to grab it from?

pretty please?

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i can grab this (via FTP) if you want it?

Ahead.Nero.Burning.ROM.v6.3.1.20.Ultra.Edition.Incl.Keygen.WORKING-ORiON

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Does Nero support dual layer recording?

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ain't got a clue, but the Pioneer 108 dual layer burner looks well nice for the price on svp....

apparently there's a firmware upgrade that allows burning single layer dvd's @ 16X

the dual layer media is a bit too pricey at the moment but i am still getting tempted into buying a 108 :D

have you got a dual layer burner?

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I've just bought the 108 which is why I was asking :)

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Version 6 of Nero supports dual layer burning, so I've been told. :)

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Post by kernal »

Nice one Dan. I have N6 installed already. When I have some spare cash I might buy a few DL blanks!

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You need version 6.0.0.6 - the very latest version.

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I have 6.3.1.20 so I presume that is even later.

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Post by dan »

Ah... shows how much I follow this stuff. :roll:

I still use DVD-R at the moment myself. The formats get a bit confusing... :(

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Post by Chain »

LOL

I'm waiting for the price to drop on the media before rushing out and buying one but if anyone has tried one please let me know you thoughts on how it has worked out etc.

:)

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