In frustration, two non-destructive recoveries and one destructive recovery, I’ve bought a new “hp Super Multi DVD Writer w/ LightScribe and Double Layer (i.e. HP dvd840ri) to replace my hp dvd writer / cd-writer combo (i.e. hp dvd writer 400c).”
I use Windows XP Home Edition and am currently uninstalling Hewlett-Packard’s "hp dvd writer / cd-writer Combo (hp dvd writer 400c), and, then, will install my new Hewlett-Packard “hp Super Multi DVD Writer w/ LightScribe and Double Layer” (i.e. HP dvd840ri).
I want a state-of-the-art dvd/cd burner and it’s come down to either Nero 7 or Roxio’s most recent and most powerful dvd/cd burner. Thing is, useing Nero 6 and 7 with my old hp dvd writer 400c, whether a non-destructive or destructive recovery, in days I wasn’t able to access any dvd/cd blanks. I tried everything at Annoyance, Experts-Exchange, even Windows newsgroups, and it’s come down to either Nero just isn’t as great as said or my current hp dvd writer 400c is burnt; therefore, the installation of my new hp Super Multi DVD Writer w/ LightScribe and Double Layer (i.e. HP dvd840ri.
What I want to know here is, if I’m gonna go through all this uninstall and install of hardware, then my software ought to be state-of-the-art too. As far as I can see, it’s either Nero 7 or one of Roxio’s dvd/cd burning software applications. Nero 7 does just about anything one can imagine as pertains to downloading video files, whether BIN files, DAA files, etc, coping dvd/cds, etc. Comparing Roxio and Nero in their state-of-the-art dvd/cd burning software application, can someone please advise.
To conclude, I want the most advanced state-of-the-art dvd/cd burning software application available using Windows XP Home Ed. working my new hp Super Multi DVD Writer w/ LightScribe and Double Layer (i.e. HP dvd840ri). Can anyone help or advise?
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