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CDBurnerXP without .NET

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Now we have found a way to install and use CDBurnerXP without a .NET setup. I hope that all M$ and .NET haters and those who can't install the .NET Framework are satisfied now :)

This method has been tested on Windows XP and 2000, we don't know yet if it works on other systems as well. Of course you have to try this method using our alpha versions (3.5.101.4 or 3.5.101.6), all older versions (like 3.0.116) don't use the .NET Framework anyway (this guide still links to the 3.0.116 version). Don't forget that our alpha versions including this setup method are still only for testing purposes.

Again, thanks to Hacker Harry for his support on this issue.

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This is great(the runtimes), but every download link i see here goes to old 3...16 version download...where are the alphas?

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Thanks! Keep the good work!

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I'm sure there's a FAQ somewhere if I do a search, but I think it bares repeating here:

What is the difference between beta and alpha, and does "final" actually mean last public release?

Will CDBurner XP Pro continue new versions or just small tweeks in improved builds?

Will CDBurner XP Pro continue free support Via the forums, or will you make the program a lesser crippled version which nags or encourages you to donate for support?

Will CDBurner XP Pro have a full featured new look and feel, and will it encourage (not nag) for a no obligation, optional donation?*

Will CDBurner XP Pro include any advertizements, and if not, will this Website?

Will CDBurner XP Pro continue improvement on a regular basis, meaning will you (the staff) take off every now and then until months later?

And lastly and most importantly, will the forums (even if specified only) continue being fully functional for guests (smilies and all)?

I do have an account, but don't like to look up my password, so I remain a guest. ;)

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I'm sure there's a FAQ somewhere if I do a search, but I think it bares repeating here:

What is the difference between beta and alpha, and does "final" actually mean last public release?

Alpha = not all features implemented, probably buggy

Beta = Feature-complete and probably Buggy

Final = Hopefully stable and feature complete

Will CDBurner XP Pro continue new versions or just small tweeks in improved builds?

Of course we will continue to add new features, our to-do list is big.

Will CDBurner XP Pro continue free support Via the forums, or will you make the program a lesser crippled version which nags or encourages you to donate for support?

Everything apart from alpha and beta version will stay free.

Will CDBurner XP Pro have a full featured new look and feel

A bit. See yourself ;)

, and will it encourage (not nag) for a no obligation, optional donation?*

Not yet and this is not planned as well.

Will CDBurner XP Pro include any advertizements, and if not, will this Website?

I hade ads. However, it may be that we offer a free ad-supported service (not related to CDBXP).

Will CDBurner XP Pro continue improvement on a regular basis, meaning will you (the staff) take off every now and then until months later?

I hope so.

And lastly and most importantly, will the forums (even if specified only) continue being fully functional for guests (smilies and all)?

Yes, of course. I hate forums that require a registration...but at least there is bugmenot.

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Yes, of course. I hate forums that require a registration...but at least there is bugmenot.

I was about to say bugmenot is a great service, but if you look at their ToS, you can see what they're really about.

They are encouraging passwords to illegally be cracked, and say you take full responsibility, and we won't take the blame.

For instance if I were to input a porn site URL expecting the password, they would give it to me even though it's subscription only.

There is a reason why passwords exist, even in their example nytimes.com.

Another one that many people use is (platform).ign.com.

The "Insider" stories and media might be tempting, but they are there for a purpose and shouldn't be circumvented.

By the way, they said pay sites shouldn't be inputted, but what about partial pay sites, when some or even most of the downlowds and/or pages are free for members?

PS: I get nervous around a "service" because I don't know who's protecting my privacy.

What is their stance on so called legal tracking, since there is no clear cut definition of what's illegal in all states?

Tracking Cookies

Web Beacons/Bugs

IP Logging

Dialers

Browser Hichhikers

Ads and Banners

Scrolling Banners

Java and Flash Ads

Popup Ads

Revolving Ads

Floating Ads

Adware and Spyware

Driveby Downloads

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PS: I get nervous around a "service" because I don't know who's protecting my privacy.

Do you mean the service I mentioned? In any case you don't have to worry about your privacy then ;)

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I installed the runtimes (cdbxp_runtimes.exe) then the alpha package (cdbxp_3.5.101.4_alpha.exe) then rebooted. Launching the app gives an error:

Failed to delay load library mscorsec.dll (Win32 error: 126). I did not find this dll

in my installation dir. My OS is Windows 2000.

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I installed the runtimes (cdbxp_runtimes.exe) then the alpha package (cdbxp_3.5.101.4_alpha.exe) then rebooted. Launching the app gives an error:

Failed to delay load library mscorsec.dll (Win32 error: 126). I did not find this dll

in my installation dir. My OS is Windows 2000.

same here....

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...sorry i forgot to mention im using winxp

cheers

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Try to manually download the DLL (google) and put it in %windir%\system32. The next version .6 does not need this DLL anymore (at least Hacker Harry thinks so :D ) so try this one again when it is available to the public.

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it works but when i try to open the preferences (options) panel it crashes without any error message... :(

i prefer download the 3.x version again, it was more stable and nicer.

however thanks for your quick reply.

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zou deze graag eens proberen

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how do i burn cd-r

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hey how do you burn cd hear and were are the music i don't get it.....

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I just wanted to say thanks. I think this CD Burner XP Pro is great! I downloaded the free version and its just what i need. So thank you for the program, i will tell my friends of this one. Its nice when you see free but even better when you are pleased with the progam you get, as i am with CDBurnerXP Pro. Thank you again.

Mr D Taylor

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I got this software and it continually hangs on my XP I think I am going to stick with Nero.

:?

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Didn't work for me, said something about a dll

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:lol:

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Bluntly:

Only a complete moron (or mindless anti-MS zealot which amounts ot the same thing) disparages .Net. It's fully cross patform, well documented, embedded in XP (yes kids, it is indeed in the original XP build) and is already the basis for most commercial software products on the market today. Speaking from a dev shop perspective, it reduces dev costs enormously and being fully OO makes life a LOT simpler.

Forcing this dev to do a non-.Net implementation is like putting lawnmower tires on a Porsche.

'nuff said.

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Bluntly:

Only a complete moron (or mindless anti-MS zealot which amounts ot the same thing) disparages .Net. It's fully cross patform, well documented, embedded in XP (yes kids, it is indeed in the original XP build) and is already the basis for most commercial software products on the market today. Speaking from a dev shop perspective, it reduces dev costs enormously and being fully OO makes life a LOT simpler.

Forcing this dev to do a non-.Net implementation is like putting lawnmower tires on a Porsche.

'nuff said.

The .net framework slows down Win2k load times by an immense amount.

Pre .net: 30s boot.

Post .net: 45s boot.

I don't like that. :P And I wasn't aware the .net framework was available for Mac and Linux. :wink2:

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Ohne .NET ist mir die Software wesentlich sympatischer! Danke euch!

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well done harry

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well done harry

thank you.

just doing my part ;)

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