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1 click wrote over my drivers in windows

By ronolive
Mar 4, 2006
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  1. Wrote to 1 click to make sure the S/w would operate with Any Dvd dvd decoder. They said it would work well so i d/l the trial version. At the time it appeared that 1click was not recognizing anydvd. after consulting people who know much more than i it became clear that 1 click overwrote the drivers in windows. this made my NTI s/w unable to turn on the laser in my drive, although it appeared all was well until the dvd was examined. Funny how the support from 1 click dried up about this time. Can anyone suggest a way to fix this that won't cost me a lot of money. The only thing I have come up with so far is to go with Nero which ,I've been told, has its own drivers and does not use the win drivers. Is Nero 7 relatively bug free? THe NTI had its problems at least in the gold version that came with my dvd drive. Thanks in advance...Please bear in mind that I don't know a lot and that includes jargon...
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