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A good burning software

Here is my problem: my PC was shipped with Vista and a burning software called Roxio. Unfortunately, this software does not burn.Someone know burning software (free please) i need to burn thanks
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here are some links that will help you Burning Software, Best & fast DVD burning software?, http://forums.techarena.in/vista-help/717200.htm , http://forums.techarena.in/vista-help/713166.htm
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try Nero, the trial version might suffice .
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ImgBurn, fun, free, and is well named:
http://www.imgburn.fr/
Otherwise, yes, Nero should suffice.
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you may use magic iso /power iso or nero as burning s/w
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From everybodys' suggestions, nero seems to be a better option. But will it work for burning image files as well?

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you may use magic iso /power iso or nero as burning s/w
I think magic iso can burn image files! Is magic iso and power iso a same software or are they different?
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they are 2 different s/w but they work as same. they are a good iso(image burnig) softwares

nero burns image as well but the catch is it burns at higher speeds so u have to set it to lower speed everytime u burn an image file ...while these 2 s/w have speeds of 4x & 10x to burn image and this is what is req to burn images successfully

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That was a precious information.

So Nero alone will be enough for me. As I always have the habit of adjusting burning speed before burning CD/DVD, Nero will not be a problem for me to burn images.

Thank you for guiding me.
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Hi!
Can you guys tell me what will be the best option if I want to create a DVD ie. Vob format? If the file i want to burn is not a vob format file i mean i want to burn an Avi or other mpg etc. format file into the DVD format so that a DVD player can play such files?
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Hi!
Can you guys tell me what will be the best option if I want to create a DVD ie. Vob format? If the file i want to burn is not a vob format file i mean i want to burn an Avi or other mpg etc. format file into the DVD format so that a DVD player can play such files?

check out the topic

Code:
 http://forums.techarena.in/windows-software/818854.htm
hope it answer ur query
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@Immortality

ur welcome dude
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Thanks a lot for the reply gamr06!
It helped me!
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