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CD/DVD copy software


Daiol
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Hi.This new format looks nice and bright.Anyway since I have gone up to windows 7, I dont have much use for Nero now that W7 has movie maker etc.So decided to get shot of Nero,& now looking for an alternative for it so I can copy some CD's & some home movie DVD's. Is there some free 'if possible' software out there that will copy CD's & DVD's in place of nero?. Many thanks.D.

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Fruit Bat /\0/\

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Icky

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I use Nero BurnLite --- it's free. http://www.nero.com/eng/downloads-nbl-free.php

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Miké

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Ashampoo Burning studio 6 Free

Old now but works fine on my system, running windows 7 64bit.

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Pineman100

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Click here

Don't be put off by the "xp" suffix. It works fine in W7.

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rdave13

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eedcam

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For the movies I'd go for DVD flick http://www.dvdflick.net/

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So Afraid

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Try here

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Daiol

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Well many thanks to all,Plenty here to choose from. Daiol.

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