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Computer fcukwit needs help

#1
I've just spent five days and nights downloading millions of good movies.

Being a miser I was using Nero's free trial... I've gone to burn then and they was 50 english quids, which although a bargain would sooner spend elsewhere.

I uninstalled it, down loaded it again but its a bit clever and won't let me.

Can anyone recommend any freebie DVD burning software or do I have to bite the bullet and cough up?

I thought one of you cnuts might know :D
 
#4
minister_doh_nut said:
I've just spent five days and nights downloading millions of good movies.

Being a miser I was using Nero's free trial... I've gone to burn then and they was 50 english quids, which although a bargain would sooner spend elsewhere.

I uninstalled it, down loaded it again but its a bit clever and won't let me.

Can anyone recommend any freebie DVD burning software or do I have to bite the bullet and cough up?

I thought one of you cnuts might know :D
PM Toppers, he looks at goat porn off my computer at home and set it all up. I too am a belmer when it comes to 'puters.
 
#9
Fcuk, I've slated you and it didn't work.

When I recieved the files Nero converted them into whatever Nero plays them with.

When I uninstalled it, they changed to Windows Media movies.

I've just burnt a couple onto a disk and they won't work

Help me please chaps....... I want to watch digital piracy cleverness
 
#10
You need to burn them as AVI files onto DVD's. This should work in any DVD player....
What are the file types you are downloading totally legally of course!!
 
#14
A lot of these freebies use your computer's clock and date to decide how long you have had it and therefore when time is up for the free period.
Change the computer date back to within the free period, open the programme and Bob's your Uncle.
Don't forget to change it back or all your emails will be well out of date...
 
#15
AndyWade said:
A lot of these freebies use your computer's clock and date to decide how long you have had it and therefore when time is up for the free period.
Change the computer date back to within the free period, open the programme and Bob's your Uncle.
Don't forget to change it back or all your emails will be well out of date...
Or open Temporary Internet Files and copy the files somewhere else. This cuts out the expiry time and you have time to burn them at leisure.
 
#17
minister_doh_nut said:
I've just spent five days and nights downloading millions of good movies.

Being a miser I was using Nero's free trial... I've gone to burn then and they was 50 english quids, which although a bargain would sooner spend elsewhere.

I uninstalled it, down loaded it again but its a bit clever and won't let me.

Can anyone recommend any freebie DVD burning software or do I have to bite the bullet and cough up?

I thought one of you cnuts might know :D
When you get it sorted, do us a copy of An Ungentlemanly Act, there's a love. And not the queg one, either.
 

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