Nero to Support Windows 7

Posted by at 11:05 am on May 5, 2009

Nero, creators of liquid media technology, today announced that the full range of Nero products, including the Nero 9 integrated digital media and home entertainment suite, Nero Move it and Nero LiquidTV|TiVo PC will support the new Windows 7 OS.

“We are excited about the Windows 7 Release Candidate milestone, as it reflects the progress we’ve made by working with companies like Nero. This version of Windows brings us closer to providing our customers with an operating system that makes everyday tasks faster and easier,” said Jeff Price, Senior Director for Windows Product Management at Microsoft Corp.

“Nero has built its global reputation on producing cutting-edge digital media products that make it easy for consumers to enjoy their digital media content whenever and wherever they wish,” said Kris Barton, executive vice president of global products, Nero AG. “Compatibility with today’s leading platforms underscores our corporate dedication to the importance of platform interoperability and support. Compatibility with Windows 7 is another milestone in our continued commitment to enabling the liquidity of content between all digital media hubs.”

9 Comments for “Nero to Support Windows 7”

  1. humberto Umana

    I am using the new windows 7 and I have nero 8, I see it nero 8 doesn’t work right, is there a patch or something to make it work or do I have to pay for nero 9 and nero 8 is usseless now?
    thx.

  2. Most cases companies don’t officially support their apps on beta OSes. But I would still check with Nero support about any patch they may have.

    I would not be shocked that you may need to upgrade Nero for use on Windows 7. Microsoft may have change enough things that MS may not be able to get it to work in app compat mode and Nero may need to so many changes a new version will be require. I don’t know this for a fact, so that why it is best to contact Nero to get info from the source.

  3. Gideon

    I’ve got windows 7 @ home but it doesn’t want install Nero 7 or 8. It say system crash.

  4. Mike

    Read the link for Nero and Windows 7 support in the article, Nero will not be supported in Windows 7 for any version below Nero 9.

  5. Einar

    Hi i tried installing nero 8.3 version on a clean install windows 7 it worked with no problem. i tried burning it work its a bit slow on burning i used a cd-rw on burning.

  6. Ash

    Nero 8 works flawlessly on Windows 7, no more to say.

  7. Nero 8 is clealry working on window 7 (32 bit) 7100.
    I checked i am using nero 8.1
    Its works. i figured some problem while burning on left pop up menu where we can change the speed of burning in that column some error is occuring..!
    Dont worry thats not going to ba a problem!.

  8. kevin

    it BSODS when try to run

  9. Matt

    It gives me BSOD just by putting the install CD in my drive. This CD came with my MSI DVD burner. I suppose I’m going to have to return the thing.

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