Such things also depend on your cd drive. Some modern drives simply cannot and will not burn slower than 4x. As for CD burning software I'd recommend k3b.red-e-made wrote:What is a free, quality CD burning software that will allow me to burn at a speed of 2x?
scorp123 wrote:Ask Microsoft? Or use Google?
I unfortunately don't know sh** about Microsoft crap OS's. The only burning software I know is Nero 6 ... but that one isn't free.red-e-made wrote: Are you serious?
But you asked about a burning program for Windows ....red-e-made wrote: If I want to learn things about LinuxMint
Dude, if you don't know how to use Google, why are you even on the Internet? It took me a few seconds to find free burning software. But after your stupid response I won't bother to post the URL's here. Have a nice day.red-e-made wrote: "Use Google"? Dude, if you don't know, just don't even reply.
scorp123 wrote:Dude, if you don't know how to use Google, why are you even on the Internet?
scorp123 wrote:It took me a few seconds to find free burning software.
scorp123 wrote:But after your stupid response I won't bother to post the URL's here. Have a nice day.
Nope. It was a Windows-related question (free burning software for Windows). And I already wrote up there that I don't know anything and I don't want and I don't need to know anything about Microsoft-related software. If you get offended so easily (like it was intended as an offence in the first place??? I am better at offending people than *that* ) by "Ask Microsoft? Or use Google?" then I suggest you first take close look in the mirror and ask yourself if you maybe might have some other personal issues too?red-e-made wrote: Asking a LinuxMint-related question -
To use your analogy: You just came to the Camarao forum to ask how to tow away your shiny new Camaro using an old rusty VW beetle from before World War 2 .... What would folks in the Camaro forum answer? "Ahem, ask in a VW museum? Or ask an automobile club to assist you with that? .... " ==> same thing that I did.red-e-made wrote: Just as someone who had a question about his Camaro would go to a Camaro forum,
If you get insulted so easily you probably shouldn't hang around on Internet forums? On the other hand, if you insist on hanging around on Internet forums, maybe it would be a good idea to adjust your tolerance levels a slight bit and not interpret every short and possibly stupid comment that someone makes to you as an "insult"? Just a hintred-e-made wrote: But it's insulting to a person's intelligence to crack back with "try Google".
scorp123 wrote:maybe it would be a good idea to adjust your tolerance levels a slight bit and not interpret every short and possibly stupid comment that someone makes to you as an "insult"?
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