[QUOTE=Cleary;2108449]I am keeping the Nero 6 version on the notebook that I am using now, but did not know if the 184.108.40.206 was the best version re stability. (the Ultra 8 version is in reference to my newest notebook)
It works well and so if that is the case then I should keep using this version and not update to the latest version that the last poster listed, correct?
I am still in need of advice on the Nero Ultra 8 which is still in its box and which I am uncertain about installing b/c of issues that I had read about:
- that most dvd’s burned with it do not play on stand alone players despite the media type used…but due to flaws in the program.
- that Recode is recommended over using the older Shrink program and there were other comments that I can’t recall at the present
But most comments have been that the program is simply not reliable, I have read it in so many forums.
What I should add is that I never install InCd with the Nero in the past several years…not after my first bad experience with it installed and an explanation of why I was having so many issues with the program.
But I really need to know what to do about the Nero Ultra 8 which was for my newest notebook. I really had wanted the Version 6, but of course it had long been replaced by version 7 and even it was being criticized for instability at the time I bought my notebook and the Ultra 8 was the only one available and as mentioned I really wanted version 6 to update to the 220.127.116.11 and use on my newest notebook…but of course that was impossible.
Nero 18.104.22.168a is a update to your Nero 22.214.171.124. If I was you go check the Nero 8 downloads and possibly down those update for future installs if you decide to do so…but do check periodically on Nero updates for 6 and 8. But remember you can only have one Nero program on you system either its 6 or 8 not both. But if you can do what you want with Nero 6 and it works then keep using Nero 6 as upgrading won’t do you much unless your a heavy user of Nero and it programs.