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ambmy9

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i have a hewlett packard cd-writer plus i was wondering what kind of driver/program i could use to burn cd with it.......i got my computer used and it didn't come with the program :tazz:
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also i wanted to know if u can use dvd-r disks to burn music or pictures with? :tazz:
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get nero!!!!
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one more thing does real player have a cd burning program in it
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Hello,

While Nero is definitely the best CD/DVD burning package in my opinion, there is a very good freeware option called "CDBurnerXP" and you can check it out at the link below. I have found it more than adequate for most CD burning tasks and I thought it's music CD creation functionality very easy to use and prefer it over the Nero way of doing it.

http://www.cdburnerxp.se/
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yay. cdburnerxp is great. realplayer is just a stream player for playing media over the web. and dvd-r's are great for burning pics and music, if you just need the extra storage. ie: they won't play right in a dvd player. cd's are good but they often don't have the capacity for something like 3gb of music you want to store away for a while.
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Deepburner is another freeware burning application.
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