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Nero 8 Ultra DVD Burning and upgrading to full version

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I downloaded Nero 8 Ultra Demo. And i want to upgrade to the proper version. Where do i enter the serial key anyone know?. Also does the demo disable DVD burning options? I only see Cd ROM burning options. Maybe the full version will unlock them?

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As far as I'm aware, the nero 'demo' version is not 'crippled' in any way compared to the registered 'paid for' version. It simply stops working after the 15-day trial period. This from the nero trial download page:
"This demo version of Nero 8 can be tested for 15 days from the date of installation without any restrictions, except BD-AV authoring and playback". (BD=Blu-Ray Discs).

If you aren't getting any DVD burning options in nero it either means you don't have a DVD-writer installed or nero doesn't recognise your DVD-writer as such. The DVD-writer would have to be a brand new, just released model for that to happen though. You obviously need to iron out that problem before purchasing a serial number from them.

What you could do is install a free DVD-burning application to check if it's just a nero problem or a more general problem with Windows and/or your DVD-writer. You can download a free one here: http://cdburnerxp.se/
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