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Old 11-07-04, 12:13 AM
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Nero burn rights on new dell XP?

The most weird thing..when i hooked up my yamaha cd burner to my brand new dell xp it gives me a message box saying "under windows nt4/2000 nero must need burn rights to access cd drives/dvdrom please contact your system administrator to access nero etc etc

I called yamaha and they told me to download a utility called "nero burnrights" and i did...but still it did not work.

On my xp I am administrator with no other accounts so why is it not working? The install everything went fine. I could listen to cds and stuff but can't burn cause that message keeps coming up.

I am using nero 5.5.5.1 and my yamaha burner is a 2001 model.

Has anyone ever had this problem?

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Did you go to Start/Settings/Control Panel/Nero BurnRights. Doubleclick it to start the application.

as indicated: http://www.nero.com/en/Nero_BurnRights.html

Also, if you are running XP SP2 then you will may need to update Nero
Old 11-07-04, 07:27 PM
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Thanks 68ShelbyGT500KR for your help Well last night i did everything from tuning nero burnrights utility to everything. The funny this is I decided to remove the nero program and reinstalling it. It did not allow me to do it because my pc told me a fatal error. There is no way i am dealing with this crap.

I put the burner and stupid programs in the garbage. Don't need the headache.

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Sonic,


Try the demo at ahead's web site.

http://www.ahead.de/us/index.html
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Thanks...I guess I will give it a shot what do i have to lose. When i get optium on my new dell i will try that trial version. on 56k its a 2 hour download load hallelujah!

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Originally posted by Sonic
Thanks...I guess I will give it a shot what do i have to lose. When i get optium on my new dell i will try that trial version. on 56k its a 2 hour download load hallelujah!

-antonio
You may also want to see if there is a firmware update for your burner.

Prior to upadating (installing) Nero, make sure you have the CD key (Serial Number)
If you are running XP SP2, then you need the current nero (at least version 6.3.120) installed.

What was the fatal error message?
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Well i could not remove the program from the control panel...it would say fatal error 1681 etc...at this point i forgot. So i had to call dell to help me bring my pc with restore (the hidden partition feature used.)

On my old PC with Windows ME i had trouble installing it also and for some strange reason when I messed around with the usb cable it worked. I reformatted my old dell pc and well it does not work something about not having mass storage device? I don't know...i am seriously considering getting a cool looking cd writable. Maybe a black one to match my new dell pc. The old yamaha is a May 2002 model. Its a shame i could not see it perform with usb 2.0 on my new dell. I thought about purchasing Nero 6 this week...but i really cannot face seeing that dreaded burn right message again.

I also didn't realize i could use Music Match 8.2 to burn cds on my yamaha.

What i loved about my yamaha is that it allowed me to make copies of copy controlled cds. That way I can have backups for my cd walkman etc

Anyways can you or anyone here recommend a great popular cd writable?

-antonio

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This one looks bangin' anyone have this one?

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