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Tech: copying multiples on Nero

mg 27 Jun 13 - 06:00 PM
Joe Offer 28 Jun 13 - 05:15 AM
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Subject: Tech: copying multiples on Nero
From: mg
Date: 27 Jun 13 - 06:00 PM

I have copied hundreds of cds using Nero and/or HP whatever it is. It is a computer I dropped so maybe that is the problem..but I can not seem to set it up consistently to just copy the cd, or save tunes on the computer, and then copy the same thing hundreds of time..I have done it several times by thrashing around at random, but I would love it if someone could give me very step by step instructions. It is probably a fairly new version of Nero but I am not at the computer right now.


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Subject: RE: Tech: copying multiples on Nero
From: Joe Offer
Date: 28 Jun 13 - 05:15 AM

Hi -
I just bought Nero Burning ROM Version 12 for $20 over the last month, and I used it the first time tonight. When you open the program, there are images of CDs on the left side, and you can scroll those CDs up or down to select the function you want, such as "copy." Click that, and a menu of selections will pop up. It will lead you through a couple of screens of selections - but things will work pretty well for you if you leave everything set as it is. One of those screens has a box that will allow you to select the number of copies you want to make.

When everything is set, your CD burner drawer opens, and you insert a disc as directed.

It seems to be pretty simple, and earlier versions I've seen work about the same - just select the process you want from the disc images shown when you open the program. I had a downloaded copy of the free version of Burning ROM (love that name), but an automatic upgrade crippled it so it wouldn't do much more than advertise the paid version. That made me mad, and I didn't use Nero for several years. But I caved at the $20 offer I received a few weeks ago. Looks like I got a pretty good program for my twenty bucks.

Finale and Photoshop Lightroom 4 were offered at pretty good prices about then, but I resisted temptation and passed them by.

-Joe-


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