Updating nero oem cd burner

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---I can download a trial version on the Nero web site and register it for . However, in Germany its legal to sell the OEM software without the hardware, as long as you state it's an OEM product.It will be similar to the OEM version, except that it will work with all supported drives. You must be carefull, as you may get an OEM version that is limited to say Yamaha or TDK recorders, and you may have a Plextor, for example.---I can buy an OEM version online or in a store for as low as . Correct me if any of the following is wrong: ---I can buy a boxed full retail version of Nero for .It will still lack the few minor functions, but work with all supported drives. A) Boxed Retail from Fry's Electronics, Comp USA, Radio Shack, etc for .99 ---I can get a bundled OEM version of Nero with certain drives (AOpen, TDK, Lite On...others?As for it being "illegal" to sell an OEM version of Nero in the US, I wonder if this is not too strong a word. These CD's are probably imported from Europe through back channels, since this product is available over there.I understand that Ahead does not want to distribute the OEM version is the US, except when it comes bundled with a burner. For an example of one of many retailers through which Nero 5.5 OEM is available, go there: ---I can download a trial version on the Nero web site and register it for . I could always order from the US, but it is then possible that I would have to pay additional duties and taxes.It will be similar to the OEM version, except that it will work with all supported drives. Thanks OK, I want to be sure about Nero OEM vs Retail.

Many system administrators and OEMs slipstream various (Microsoft and in-house) updates into their standard Windows distribution.

By updating the install CD, it saves time later that the user would have to spend manually downloading and installing updates and drivers.

For the purposes of this article, we will slipstream Windows XP Service Pack 2 (SP2) and create a bootable CD (just like a regular Windows install CD).

Does anyone here have experience with a store-bought OEM version of Nero, as opposed to the bundled version?

Does updating an OEM version through the Ahead web site cause any problem?

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