F1Pilot wrote:After seeing the "Hot Deal" that BuddhaTB (hey dude! thanks for the posting!) posted, I went out and bought a few of the BUSlink drives as gifts.
F1Pilot wrote:Second question. The drives came with OEM copies of Nero 220.127.116.11. Is this considered "regged" copies? Any expirations or anything of the sort? Can the copies be updated with the new 18.104.22.168 version without cost or problems of expiry?
Anyone had a BUSlink labeled drive ass out on them? Any experiences with repair or replacement?
The first question, I'm not sure about the registering process, so I'll let someone who knows more about it respond to that.
As for your Nero, yes it can be upgraded to the newest version of 22.214.171.124. There should be no problems upgrading. As for what version you of Nero you own, I think what you have is an OEM version that probably never expires and has the serial # already patched into the software. So you should be fine with using the Nero for as long as you like.
Aopen drives are pretty good and should last you awhile unlike some lower quality drives from Benq and etc. You bought your drive for a cheap price, so even if it breaks down after a year, you can just go out and buy a new one. It's not worth fixing when drives are going down in price on a weekly basis.