Originally posted by rdgrimes
I never write an image direct to CDR, it's too slow and if it gets messed up you have to start over. I can write it to HD, then burn to CDR in less time and with 100% success. Drive Image writes the image at night on a schedule, then I burn it later. No doubt, D.I.7 is pretty bloated and cumbersome.
Anyway, what is this Netframework stuff?
I know nothing about it but I read that it needs to be installed in order for DI7 to run.
From microsoft downloads:
The .NET Framework is a component of the Windows operating system. For developers, the .NET Framework makes it easy to rapidly create powerful software that maximizes performance, scalability, opportunities for integration, reliability, security, and the end-user experience, while minimizing the costs of deployment and management.
Windows users need to install the .NET Framework to run applications developed using the .NET Framework.
This release includes a number of enhancements over version 1.0 of the .NET Framework. Installing this release is a prerequisite for running applications developed using the .NET Framework 1.1. For more information about .NET Framework, see .NET Framework Home. (This site may be in English.)