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I am having problems with Nero Burning Rom 6 multisession DVD-R's and looking for alternative. CDBurnerXP was recommended, but the rating for my LTR-52327S is 50%, not very good odds. I would like better odds before downloading and installing more software.

I realize just because it does not work well for other users of this drive does not mean it will not work for me. I guess I'm just looking for any words of reassurance from other users. I don't see any indication in the drive compatibility listings of HOW MANY users rated the LTR-52327S--am I missing something? Does anyone have any additional information or comments they can add?

Thanks much for any help you can give.

SBSP

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I am having problems with Nero Burning Rom 6 multisession DVD-R's and looking for alternative. CDBurnerXP was recommended, but the rating for my LTR-52327S is 50%, not very good odds. I would like better odds before downloading and installing more software.

Don't take those votes for too serious...it's only our users who cast them and I often get the feeling that most of them don't know what they do...

Additionally there were some bugs in that script which caused too many negative votes.

I realize just because it does not work well for other users of this drive does not mean it will not work for me. I guess I'm just looking for any words of reassurance from other users. I don't see any indication in the drive compatibility listings of HOW MANY users rated the LTR-52327S--am I missing something? Does anyone have any additional information or comments they can add?

Rating - : 7

Rating + : 7

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The simple fact is this: you are downloading and trying free software. You lose nothing but a few minutes time. If the current version doesn't operate, be patient and try the next. I have found CDBXPP to compatible across a wide variety of internal and external SCSI, IDE and USB crives.

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