Nero Vision 4 Crashing and Rebooting!!

Discussion in 'Windows Vista General Discussion' started by Brian, Feb 10, 2007.

  1. Brian

    Brian Guest

    Hi, Everyone.

    I have an HP Pavilion ze2000 with 2GB of RAM. I'm trying to burn a DVD. So
    far, nothing I have tried has worked. I finally bit the bullet and purchased
    Nero Ultra 7, which comes with Nero Vision 4. When I try to burn a DVD,
    though, I get a flickering Blue Screen of Death, then a reboot. This is with
    every possible option I've tried with the software. I've been
    similarly-unsuccessful with the built-in burning software in Vista. (I have
    Vista Home Premium.) Can anyone help me?? If this doesn't work, I just paid
    big money for a huge *down*grade from XP!
     
    Brian, Feb 10, 2007
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    dseaman Guest

    I'm a long time Nero user, but lately I've had it with them. Some of the
    packages included with Nero 7 aren't hardware DEP compliant so they immediate
    crash when launched (and no, I don't excempt programs from HW DEP, it's a
    security feature), their tech support is horribly slow and their first
    response to anything is 'reinstall' and they don't address your
    question/problem. It's also horribly bloated. So I'm now shopping for an
    alternative package that works under Vista x64.

    Make sure you download the latest version from their web site, 7.7.5.1, I
    think. I've never had it crash my whole computer, though.
     
    dseaman, Feb 10, 2007
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  3. Brian

    Brian Guest

    Actually, I did install the latest one. (At least, the latest one on their
    site.) If this truly is a Nero problem, then that's pathetic, but I'm having
    a similar problem in DVD Maker. The whole reason I paid for Nero was that
    DVD Maker was refusing to burn my DVDs correctly.

    Sadly, I don't think this is merely a Nero issue. Something like this
    should be dead simple. I even saved a version of the project in the MSMM (or
    whatever it's called) format, and the DVD Maker software still can't just
    burn the darn thing.

    Very disappointing, all in all. I didn't have nearly as many burning
    problems in XP.
     
    Brian, Feb 10, 2007
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    Gene Guest

    I am using both Nero 7.7.5.1 and DVD Maker, both with no issues. You may
    want to check your computer system. They run fine on Home Premium and
    Ultimate on my computers.
     
    Gene, Feb 11, 2007
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