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I always get rid of Nero from my systems because of issues I had with it in the past.
Dont like it at all. (my opinion only)
Yes, with exceptions. The packet-writing modules in Nero should either be completely remvoed, or not installed (Custom Install). Other than that, I've had them co-exist fine. I also do not let Nero's indexing/monitoring module install. Same for Windows' indexing. I find that both slow a system to a crawl, while they do their thing. Also, Windows' indexing will lock files, while it re-indexes. Really a pain in an NLE or in PS.
I have run Nero 7 (minus the packet-witing element as Bill mentioned) for well over a year now with CS3 without any problems at all.
I went ahead and installed Nero 7 but I did not get a custom install option.
I'm having trouble finding a way to uninstall packet-writing modules.
How is this done?
The only place that I could see that I might be able to configure was in Nero Info Tool. Notsure what I need tolook for though.
Any advice one might have?
Cannot recall each of the versions of Nero that I have used, but all have offered me: Default Install (Recommended) [or similar syntax], and Custom Install (with wording to the effect that only an IT expert with 30 years of experience should even try this). The Custom Install allows one to check/uncheck the modules that get installed.
If you have already done the install, you might look at MSCONFIG to NOT start certain modules.