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A good deal if you have an old computer with no CD RW

This Tesco Easy Record Software is a simple way to copy and burn music and data. You can copy CDs and DVDs for home or office use. Create music compilations using MP3, WMA and WVA file formats. You can also back up and archive data across multiple discs. This recording software is designed for beginners to be able to use and even includes labels to personalise the discs you make. Tesco Easy Record Software is compatible with Microsoft Windows Vista/XP/2000/ME/98.
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#1
sorry incredibly cold for me. You can get this kind of stuff free on the internet.
#2
stiffnuts
sorry incredibly cold for me. You can get this kind of stuff free on the internet.


hiya, I need a programme where I can burn mp3s onto discs and not just normal audio files can you recommend one at all please? Thanks!
1 Like #3
imgburn charlene, unless you mean burning as an Audio CD for a hifi without mp3 support?
A good deal if you have an old computer with no CD RW

How on earth is this software going to help anyone with this? You still need a CDRW drive... so no, not a good deal.
1 Like #4
charlene265
hiya, I need a programme where I can burn mp3s onto discs and not just normal audio files can you recommend one at all please? Thanks!


IMHO, Imgburn is got to be one of the best, if not the best freebie dvd burning s/w. I use it to backup inc. mp3s but not tried burning audio cd's from mp3s. Check it out.
#5
sorry not made it clear. I use windows media player and it converts my mp3s to audio files when it burns them. I want my mp3 files to be burned to my discs as mp3 files for the car/stereo which accept mp3s so I can fit lots more on

Thanks
1 Like #6
hiya, I need a programme where I can burn mp3s onto discs and not just normal audio files can you recommend one at all please? Thanks!


Just burn them as data, yes it is that easy.

Imageburn should do it OK.

http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v708/B0XS/Imageburn.jpg
#7
charlene265
sorry not made it clear. I use windows media player and it converts my mp3s to audio files when it burns them. I want my mp3 files to be burned to my discs as mp3 files for the car/stereo which accept mp3s so I can fit lots more on

Thanks


imgburn does that for you. I also have a mp3 player and thats what I use it for.

I used to use Nero but gave that up a long time ago as I reckon imgBurn rocks!
#8
To be fair, I think this is a good price as a lot of people dont know about freebies and its a nice cheap price if you gonna pay for something, so for that Ive given it heat. Im not sure how good the s/w is but as long as it backs up your stuff then thats good enough.
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charlene265
sorry not made it clear. I use windows media player and it converts my mp3s to audio files when it burns them. I want my mp3 files to be burned to my discs as mp3 files for the car/stereo which accept mp3s so I can fit lots more on

Thanks


If you have Windows just select all the files and then right click and select send to CD-R, then select mastered drive and there you have it, it will burn a data disk full of MP3's...I do this all the time for my car stereo
#10
If you have a CD burner on your pc then you will have the necessary software anyway!
#11
agree with all of the above re imgburn used for al sorts including "wii backups".

This software is the dogs bo11ocks
#12
Just d/loaded imgburn - cheers everyone! Thanks!
#13
sounds like tesco value it's handy and hot for anyone that's not into computers and can't get on the internet. Cold for everyone else - That's pretty much all of us on here :roll:

Nice and cheap like the software :thumbsup:
#14
charlene265
sorry not made it clear. I use windows media player and it converts my mp3s to audio files when it burns them. I want my mp3 files to be burned to my discs as mp3 files for the car/stereo which accept mp3s so I can fit lots more on

Thanks


Zootaga
If you have Windows just select all the files and then right click and select send to CD-R, then select mastered drive and there you have it, it will burn a data disk full of MP3's...I do this all the time for my car stereo



See, i was confused too. I have Nero, but for burning MP3's to disc to use in my car, i just use Windows Media Player. You've been making the mistake of trying to burn an Audio disc when all you have to do is burn a Data disc with the songs on
#15
stiffnuts
agree with all of the above re imgburn used for al sorts including "wii backups".

This software is the dogs bo11ocks


How do you burn wii backups?... Do you just put the wii game in your computer then what copy it? Does it then play on your wii?
#16
angelbrandy
How do you burn wii backups?... Do you just put the wii game in your computer then what copy it? Does it then play on your wii?


you need to have a mod chip in your console for starters.

google imgburn and wii
#17
stiffnuts
you need to have a mod chip in your console for starters.


In terms of playing wii backups, you can play them without a mod chip. But this discussion cannot be done on this forum.

With creating backups from a wii disc, I have read that it seems compatable with certain drives only. Need to google it for that info.
#18
I wonder why this is cold. Compare this when someone posts a Norton or Kaspersky deal. Free alternatives are readily available yet they seem to find some heat.
#19
sylar
I wonder why this is cold. Compare this when someone posts a Norton or Kaspersky deal. Free alternatives are readily available yet they seem to find some heat.


Because burning to CD is a simple procedure which is built into most modern operating systems or is accessible via simple free software like imgburn or cdburnerxp for Windows. Protecting your machine from hackers, malware or viruses is not something you necessarily want to cut corners with. Most, if not all of the free anti-virus solutions are simply not up to the job not matter how many times people will post here "cold because AVG is free". Imgburn will burn a data cd as competently as Nero. AVG will not protect your computer as completely as Kaspersky.
#20
spraint
Because burning to CD is a simple procedure which is built into most modern operating systems or is accessible via simple free software like imgburn or cdburnerxp for Windows. Protecting your machine from hackers, malware or viruses is not something you necessarily want to cut corners with. Most, if not all of the free anti-virus solutions are simply not up to the job not matter how many times people will post here "cold because AVG is free". Imgburn will burn a data cd as competently as Nero. AVG will not protect your computer as completely as Kaspersky.



Exactly what he (or she) said:thumbsup:
#21
sylar
In terms of playing wii backups, you can play them without a mod chip. But this discussion cannot be done on this forum.

With creating backups from a wii disc, I have read that it seems compatable with certain drives only. Need to google it for that info.


You are right and people can also google twilight hack but I found it more straight forward to use mod chip and clip. Having said that my wii had epoxy resin on and it took hours for me to remove.

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