Free cd burning programs?

/usr/usr Posts: 1,768Member
I need one to burn data cds for work, so I don't care if it lets me burn mp3's.

Anyone familiar with any?

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  • mikiemovmikiemov Posts: 182Member
    XP ?
    A woman drove me to drink, and I didnt have the decency to thank her.
  • 2lazybutsmart2lazybutsmart Posts: 1,119Member
    LostinSpace: a burner app usually comes with the drive (cd-rw). Didn't yours come with one?
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  • /usr/usr Posts: 1,768Member
    I'm running 2000.

    Yes, this drive most likely came with software, but I think they have long since lost it, since the person who used it before me had to download trial versions.
  • bigstar*bigstar* Posts: 66Member ■■□□□□□□□□
    If you were saddled with a second or thirdhand CD/DVD burner, chances are you didn't receive any software with it. This really is a shame. After all, a CD/DVD burner can't burn without software.


    Lucky for you there's Burn4Free. Burn4Free is the very latest in free burning utilities, with one added bonus -- the ability to burn data DVD discs. If you have a DVD-/+RW drive you can burn copious amounts of MP3s, JPGs, and other files quickly and easily. Now before I get ahead of myself, while Burn4Free will allow the creation of data DVDs, it will not, I repeat, will not, burn DVD video discs. If you want something that will burn all your pirated DivX movies to DVD, you'll have to find another app.
    See TechTV's article

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  • bellboybellboy Posts: 1,017Member
    sorry that i can't help you with your original enquiry, but i agree that windows xp is pretty good a creating data discs from items on your drive.

    nero burning rom is relatively inexpensive though.
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