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    Hi
    I've just upgraded my Vista machine to Win 7 64-bit. Yum!
    But the third-party software that was supplied with my Blu-ray burner no longer works.
    I can burn backups to cd/dvd/blu-ray with Windows, but Windows is just dreadful if there are many files - takes forever. The Cyberlink Power2Go v5.5 software worked well under Vista, but won't burn at all under Win 7. And LG are saying the hardware was released before Windows 7, so therefore is not Win-7 compliant (even though it's still under warranty) they won't help me.
    Does anyone have any good experience with freeware blu-ray (data disk) burning software?
    Edit: Would also like to be able to burn Dual Layer (DL - 50Gb)
    Thanks for any advice
    Peter

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    I've been very happy with CD BurnerXP. Despite its name, it is fully Win7 compatible. I don't have a BluRay burner, but I know BluRay is supported.
    Chuck

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    Just used it to burn a DVD, worked very nicely.
    Much faster than Windows built-in burner, seemed a little slower than Cyberlink Pro.

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