Best CDR burning software

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Please learn how to write posts! You need to provide more details in the
message body and not just ask a question in the Subject line!

What are you looking for? Best overall software or best free software?


"v4t9hy3d8" <h23@nowhere.org> wrote in message
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another lame reply

can you speak english?

what do you think 'best' means?

i did not choose the adjective 'free"

go back to your wormhole and dont bother posting lame replies


On Tue, 30 Aug 2005 13:50:27 -0400, "Yves Leclerc"
<yvesleclercNOSPAM@sympatico.ca> wrote:

>Please learn how to write posts! You need to provide more details in the
>message body and not just ask a question in the Subject line!
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>What are you looking for? Best overall software or best free software?
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>"v4t9hy3d8" <h23@nowhere.org> wrote in message
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>> thanks
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why did you waste your time and my time
what a lame reply







On Tue, 30 Aug 2005 14:08:09 -0300, "Anando [MS-MVP]"
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>http://www.google.com
>http://search.msn.com
 
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v4t9hy3d8 wrote:
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> thanks

best lawnmower

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In news:4fa9h1t4u3ab2sj1gu2i291rn613l0p3e6@4ax.com,
v4t9hy3d8 <h23@nowhere.org> typed:

> another lame reply
>
> can you speak english?
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> what do you think 'best' means?
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> i did not choose the adjective 'free"
>
> go back to your wormhole and dont bother posting lame replies


Here's another "lame" reply for you; feel free to ignore it as I
will ignore the rest of your posts.

Insulting people who are trying to help you is not calculated to
get you help, neither from them or from others like me who see
the way you treat them.


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> On Tue, 30 Aug 2005 13:50:27 -0400, "Yves Leclerc"
> <yvesleclercNOSPAM@sympatico.ca> wrote:
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>> Please learn how to write posts! You need to provide more
>> details
>> in the message body and not just ask a question in the Subject
>> line!
>>
>> What are you looking for? Best overall software or best free
>> software?
>>
>>
>> "v4t9hy3d8" <h23@nowhere.org> wrote in message
>> news:sp39h1ldcgro1s05bt80aap7mrspac6if9@4ax.com...
>>> thanks
 
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Hello,

How to ask a question
http://support.microsoft.com/kb/555375

Hope this is not a 'lame' reply for you.

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"v4t9hy3d8" <h23@nowhere.org> wrote in message news:mda9h1hb419i30veog2g50altdgnmq89b2@4ax.com...
> why did you waste your time and my time
> what a lame reply
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> On Tue, 30 Aug 2005 14:08:09 -0300, "Anando [MS-MVP]"
> <anando@mvps.org> wrote:
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>>http://www.google.com
>>http://search.msn.com
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> why did you waste your time and my time
> what a lame reply

Perhaps because the original poster did the same thing. Oh, you were the
original poster, so your LAME question led to what you deemed a lame answer,
Placing your question (without a question mark by the way, really lame) in
the subject line and a simple thanks in the message is poor Usenet form for
requesting help. Oops, it wasn't a lame answer after all, just one that you
would have to pick your lazy ass up and do some investigating. Once again,
that's a really lame.

In order to keep your really lame comments from further cluttering up the
newsgroup, Nero is the best. I'd tell you to Google that, but with your
lazy attitude you'd just think that was too much trouble and accuse me of
being lame. So (as if it wasn't obvious) the web site is www.nero.com. God
help us if you want a FREE one, but you really would have included that in
your question to begin with wouldn't you? NOT!

Happy burning and I don't mean the CD's.
 
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v4t9hy3d8 wrote:
> thanks

no problem

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You won't get much help with replies like that...

Don Burnette




v4t9hy3d8 wrote:
> another lame reply
>
> can you speak english?
>
> what do you think 'best' means?
>
> i did not choose the adjective 'free"
>
> go back to your wormhole and dont bother posting lame replies
>
>
> On Tue, 30 Aug 2005 13:50:27 -0400, "Yves Leclerc"
> <yvesleclercNOSPAM@sympatico.ca> wrote:
>
>> Please learn how to write posts! You need to provide more details
>> in the message body and not just ask a question in the Subject line!
>>
>> What are you looking for? Best overall software or best free
>> software?
>>
>>
>> "v4t9hy3d8" <h23@nowhere.org> wrote in message
>> news:sp39h1ldcgro1s05bt80aap7mrspac6if9@4ax.com...
>>> thanks
 

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v4t9hy3d8 wrote:

> why did you waste your time and my time
> what a lame reply
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> On Tue, 30 Aug 2005 14:08:09 -0300, "Anando [MS-MVP]"
> <anando@mvps.org> wrote:
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>
>>http://www.google.com
>>http://search.msn.com
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>

Why did you waste our time with your lame reply to what you think is his
lame reply to your lame question?

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"v4t9hy3d8" <h23@nowhere.org> wrote in message
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> thanks

welcome

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Go back to alt.os.windows-xp

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"v4t9hy3d8" <h23@nowhere.org> wrote in message
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> another lame reply
>
> can you speak english?
>
> what do you think 'best' means?
>
> i did not choose the adjective 'free"
>
> go back to your wormhole and dont bother posting lame replies
>
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> On Tue, 30 Aug 2005 13:50:27 -0400, "Yves Leclerc"
> <yvesleclercNOSPAM@sympatico.ca> wrote:
>
>>Please learn how to write posts! You need to provide more details in the
>>message body and not just ask a question in the Subject line!
>>
>>What are you looking for? Best overall software or best free software?
>>
>>
>>"v4t9hy3d8" <h23@nowhere.org> wrote in message
>>news:sp39h1ldcgro1s05bt80aap7mrspac6if9@4ax.com...
>>> thanks
>>
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begin  trojan.vbs ... On Tuesday 30 August 2005 09:54 am, v4t9hy3d8 had
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> thanks

K3b


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Rock wrote:
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> Why did you waste our time with your lame reply to what you think is
> his lame reply to your lame question?

Three lames make a right!

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Don't know of any CD burning programs that only work on CDRs... Except
perhaps stuff written many years ago when cdrw did not exist. But, most
likely, would not work in XP.
Nevermind, "best".
If such exists, please let the group know what such is.

Header: General overall description of post contents.
Hope this helps.
Your welcome.

"v4t9hy3d8" <h23@nowhere.org> wrote in message
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> thanks