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It is down to your system really - if it's an older one, then, personally, I'd go for one of the older EMC suites - these are available on Amazon, e-Bay and so on (just make sure that you get a full version and NOT an OEM version)

 

Any of the EMC suites will do what you asked. The latest one is Creator 2009 (just released) but anything back to EMC 7.5 will also handle mp3s and DVDs

 

One caveat - NO commercial app will copy a DRM protected DVD

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My system is about 2 years old it came from Dell and it had roxio DLA on it but when i had to reload Windows xp sp2 on it it removed everything aand dell wants 50 buck just to tell me i will have to pay for the software to get it back i think it was version 2.5 What is toast Edited by wild
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My system is about 2 years old it came from Dell and it had roxio DLA on it but when i had to reload Windows xp sp2 on it it removed everything aand dell wants 50 buck just to tell me i will have to pay for the software to get it back i think it was version 2.5 What is toast

As gi7omy noted, you can get the full EMC10 suite at some places for under $50 nowadays on Amazon.com. So I would not give Dell $50.00 to get the oem version of Roxio you once had.

 

In the context you are talking about, Toast is a Roxio program for mac users.

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Since you say your computer is 2 years old, carefully read the System Requirements before buying. Also, note that the WinXP requirements are a joke if you want to do any Video work; so look at the Vista requirements. Note that even if they are the same MHz, a Celeron is less than a P3, and a P3 is less than a P4.

 

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