Nero vista

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#1

hi im running vista so i installed nero 7 ultimate vista but when i try to burn a film it shuts my computer down,how can i stop this? i only have a little knowledge about computers!! thanks in advance. :bow:


#2

no versions of NERO is supported in VISTA yet, word is it will be in March '07


#3

The latest version of Nero 7.7.5.1 DOES support Vista.

New Highlights in the ENHANCED edition

* Windows Vista™ Ready – enjoy Nero’s software applications with improved graphics and the streamlined features made possible with the Microsoft Vista operating system

Current version: 7.7.5.1
Release Date: January 18th, 2007
Filesize: 190,61 MB (199.874.112 bytes)

System requirements:

* [b]Microsoft® Windows Vista Home/Business/Ultimate[/b], Windows 2000 (Service Pack 4 or later); Windows XP; Windows MCE 2005, Windows 2003 server
* XP Professional x64 Edition (all applications besides InCD, Nero Scout and Nero ImageDrive work in the x86 emulator that allows 32-bit Windows applications to run)
  Microsoft® Windows Internet Explorer 5.5 or later
* 800 MHz Intel® Pentium® III or AMD Sempron™ 2200+ processors, 128 MB RAM (512 MB RAM for Windows Vista)
* 1GB hard disk space for a typical installation of all components
* Up to 9 GB available hard disk space for DVD images and temporary DVD files. 
* Graphics card: min. of 8 MB video memory and min. resolution 800 x 600 pixels and 16-bit color settings (DirectX9 compatible graphics card for Windows Vista)
* CD, DVD, Blu-ray or HD DVD recordable or rewritable drive for burning
* Internet connection required for registration, free activation of full DVD, MPEG-2, MPEG-4 and AVC functionality after 30-day trial, product updates, and other features such as photo sharing. Internet connection charges are at user’s expense.
* Processing of multimedia data requires Microsoft® DirectX 9.0c (April 2006) or later

#4

What you have posted is very true, but I have heard from more than a few users that this is not the case, maybe there is a " Glitch " in the new version of Nero. It has only been released for a week now, and alot of people are having problems. I have sent off an e-mail to their support team and I will be glad to share any information I recieve on this.:iagree:


#5

@charles

I’m not near my Vista PC now but find your system properties page (maybe in control panel of right click “computer” icon and select properties). Find the tab/section called “Startup and Recovery” and turn off “Automatically Restart”.

That should give you a blue screen instead of just rebooting. There should be a stop error code (0x00000000). Get that and you can do a web serach and see what might be causing the problem. It is using a driver problem and with Vista being so new, some drivers may be flaky. I had to use 4 XP drivers for some of my devices as they have not been updated to Vista yet.


#6

I assure you it is not the case, NERO does not in fact work for VISTA. I have the full retail version of VISTA and it simply does not work.


#7

One of the many problems with Vista is that a lot of hardware, peripherals and even software will not work or is not supported in Vista. I would not touch Vista for many months untill all this is ironed out.

http://club.cdfreaks.com/showthread.php?t=208752


#8

I assure you that it [B][U]IS[/U][/B] the case. I have Vista running on my laptop with the latest AnyDVD & Nero Suite and all is well.

Plus, that is a pretty big blanket statement to say, “NERO does not in fact work for VISTA”. What “facts” do you state? Your own experience? A few forum postings? That makes you judge the industrialized world cannot use Vista with Nero?!

It is more likely as I posted above as did tahclep that it is a conflict with Nero and some Vista based drivers (or lack thereof) and NOT a total software conflict with the entire Vista OS as you have stated as “fact”. This is just a repeat of the WinXP rollout. There will be some compatablility issues no doubt but not a total imcompatability as you’ve posted. The words “for me” would have been a needed addition to your statement.

Using your logic, I can say that I know for a FACT that Nero [U]DOES WORK[/U] with Vista as I am successfully running it!


#9

I assure you that it IS the case. I have Vista running on my laptop with the latest AnyDVD & Nero Suite and all is well.

Plus, that is a pretty big blanket statement to say, “NERO does not in fact work for VISTA”. What “facts” do you state? Your own experience? A few forum postings? That makes you judge the industrialized world cannot use Vista with Nero?!

It is more likely as I posted above as did tahclep that it is a conflict with Nero and some Vista based drivers (or lack thereof) and NOT a total software conflict with the entire Vista OS as you have stated as “fact”. This is just a repeat of the WinXP rollout. There will be some compatablility issues no doubt but not a total imcompatability as you’ve posted. The words “for me” would have been a needed addition to your statement.

Using your logic, I can say that I know for a FACT that Nero DOES WORK with Vista as I am successfully running it!

OK… I stand corrected, as you stated it does work, I was trying it on a old MS internal build that MS sent me back in the day I was a corp. beta tester. I have it now running on the full retail version. I apologize for the misgiving on my part. :iagree:


#10

thanks i also had the beta version now i have the full version i got from nero site it works great thanks for all the advice


#11

Something is wrong with 7.7.5.1 in Vista. If I try to do anything else while I am using Nero, even open task manager, the whole system locks up. This happens every time I try to burn to a disk image. I used to be able to minimize Nero while creating an image and do other things with no problem.