Hi all, I was going to buy Nero 6 Reloaded online, direct from nero.com.
I own Nero 5.5 OEM. I've read on nero.com that I can get a discounted 6 Reloaded serial by purchasing an upgrade instead of a full version.
Now, I need to know if there are any disadvantages when doing this. The price difference is not much, after all, so I could happily buy the full version if it guarantees a better product/service. But, of course, I would prefer to not waste money if possible, either.
I tried contacting Nero AG three times, at three different email addresses, but nobody answered. :a I have to say this does not go in favour of my purchase decision... but I'm afraid there's no better choice than Nero for CD/DVD data burning, Video DVD burning, unprotected CD/DVD copying, and other occasional multimedia tasks like small cover, audio and video editing. Right?
Any other suggestions about CD/DVD recording apps?
I've read something good about Pinnacle Instant CD/DVD, but I absolutely don't like the program GUI.
Here is the mail I sent them.
I hope I can get some answers from other kind users, at least.
I purchased a Samsung CD recorder some time ago, and got Nero 5.5 OEM
together with it.
Now I'd like to buy Nero 6 Reloaded. I've read in the FAQ on your web
site that I can buy a "Nero 6 Reloaded Upgrade Downloadable Serial
Number", which should enable me to download a trial version and
convert it into a full version.
But I'd like to be sure: does the product I get with this upgrade
process have any differences with respect to the "full" downloadable
Does it have any different features?
Does it have any limits on recorders it can be used with, or on future
upgrade possibilities, or anything else?
Does it need to check the presence of an existing installation of Nero
5.5, so requiring a double installation process, or can it be
installed stand-alone, just like the full version?