the funny thing is that NeroBurningRom_eng.chm is 324K, NeroExpress_eng.chm is 2313K !!! NeroCoverDesigner_eng.chm is 1516K, NeroWaveEditor_eng.chm is 1044K. most of that download (n55917eng.exe) is stuff i don't use!
Yes, I noticed that too. The help file for the program I use is an order of magnitude smaller than those for the programs I don't use.
Although it doesn't help those suffering through long downloads over slow modems, look at it this way: there is more help available for the programs you don't use very often and, thus, probably have a greater need for help with.
Actually, I suspect the extra weight of the other help files is composed mainly of screen shots.
dodecahedron wrote:(by the way, is CDSpeed.chm included in the n55917eng.exe language help file too?)
No. Get it directly from cdspeed2000.com: http://www.cdspeed2000.com/files/NeroCDSpeed_100.chm
(an updated help file for 1.02 hasn't yet been posted)
KCK wrote:You were right (as always)
Me? Always right??? You obviously haven't been reading enough of my posts...
Just check this post from today for a good counter example: http://www.cdrlabs.com/phpBB/viewtopic. ... 5285#45285
KCK wrote:BTW, since I can find my OEM registration key in the registry, do you think I could get a clean installation of Nero by removing the current one, downloading the demo/update version from Ahead, and installing it with my registration key?
As dodecahedron noted, yes you can do this. That is the procedure I have been following for a while now.
By the way, I agree with your decision to wait for 220.127.116.11 to become official on the Nero web site before bothering to download and install the help files. No sense in doing that now if another release is imminent.