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We are now an official Nero Burning ROM download mirror site

Written by Lasse Penttinen @ 02 Mar 2003 7:25 User comments (7)

We are now an official Nero Burning ROM download mirror site The CD-RW.ORG, which is a part of the Afterdawn.com’s network of websites, has agreed to host a copy of the very popular Nero Burning ROM. What this means for the end user is that we will now always have the latest Nero versions downloadable from our high capacity servers, usually within 12 hours of the release.

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7 user comments

12.3.2003 11:31

nice.. congrats.. :-)


22.3.2003 13:34

yea, well done

33.3.2003 1:01

Congratulations. I think Nero is the best burning tool ever, and it's in constant improvement. Once again, Afterdawn goes ahead!


"You know, it seems that quotes on the internet are becoming less and less reliable." -Abraham Lincoln.

43.3.2003 8:19

Good job Afterdawn.

514.3.2003 7:20
gary6431
Inactive

great program still a few niggles in nero vision but ahead are great and finding/fixing the bugs thumbs up to ahead


Do'nt know much but willing to learn

68.7.2005 7:50

just need to get it up to the latest version for downloading!!!!!!

79.7.2005 10:03

i got the latest .15 version (not from afterdawn, sorry i didn't know about afterdawn being a mirror - nice one) but am not going near updating Nero until i've seen a changelog somewhere..

This message has been edited since its posting. Latest edit was made on 09 Jul 2005 @ 10:04



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