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    This is better than many commerical products.
    I've seen some that wouldn't format a DVD in some cases.
    Even the freeware version from these guys works.

    Lots of interesting programs, but main page doesn't start
    to show what is on this page.

    NTFS Data Recovery, Data Backup, Data Security Freeware and Shareware. Boot Disk & Data Studio.

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    Ever try ImgBurn?

    My fav is ImgBurn.. http://www.imgburn.com/
    Warped by the rain, Driven by the snow...

    jimatluv2rescue.com

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    • #3
      I wonder if they have been informed that Undelete is a copyrighted word yet...
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      • #4
        CDBurnerXP, freeware.
        In contrast to what the name suggests, it is not only for Windows XP ..

        Kind regards
        Eddy

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        • #5
          Originally posted by Roger Garstang View Post
          ... that Undelete is a copyrighted word yet...
          M$ didn't get "windows" as a trademark or copyright years ago, are you shure ... The times will come nobody can speak a word without a licence fee
          Regards,
          Hubert

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          • #6
            The reason I posted this was I tried burning with CDBurnerXP and it showed less than 1 minute for over an hour. I finally aborted. It turned out that it was burning. I then tried http://ntfs.com/products.htm which
            was much faster and showed the progress. After thinking CDBurnerXP was not working, I should not have rebooted, but the false under 1 minute was not good. Tried to delete the information on the DVD and it wouldn't do it. That is when I found EraseDVD at http://www.ntfs.com/iso-burning.htm
            It appears LSoft and this link refer to each other.
            Last edited by Mike Doty; 12 Jan 2009, 11:27 AM.

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