CDBurnerXP is a free application to burn CDs and DVDs, including Blu-Ray and HD-DVDs. It also includes the feature to burn and create ISOs, as well as a multilanguage interface. Everyone, even companies, can use it for free. It does not include adware or similar malicious components.

What's new:

  • Fixed an ArgumentOutOfRangeException
  • Fixed an SEHException
  • Fixed wrong burning speed when burning multiple copies
  • Prevent startup of CDBurnerXP and show an appropriate error message if system fonts are missing or corrupted
  • Fixed a NullReferenceException
  • File dates were not always updated correctly
  • & character in the default disc label text box underscores the next character typed in the preview area
  • Fixed: Cannot leave burning dialog if multiple copies have been canceled
  • Fixed not using the saved option for "verify" when using the simple burning options
  • Temporary files weren't being cleaned up properly
  • Prevent duplicate entries in the message log

News source: Official website
Download: CDBurnerXP 4.2.4

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from the faq:

Q: What are the system requirements?
A: All operating systems from Microsoft Windows 2000 SP4 onwards are supported.

Corky842 said,
from the faq:

Thanks but that doesn't necessarily include Windows 7 as that FAQ might have been written a while ago (also W7 not yet commercially available).

Unless that is a new, the previous version was not working on W7 beta for me. It was not seeing my drive. I was able to burn an ISO via Windows though, so idk what the deal was, didnt really research it.

well i've been using it since the first win 7 beta without any problem and im running the old version now that i have the RC.

Since CDBurnerXP 4, we use the Microsoft .NET Framework 2.0 (or any higher version) as basis for our application.

If you are running Windows Vista or Windows 7, you already have .NET 3.0 preinstalled so there is nothing to care about. Any earlier operating system, however, requires that you install it manually.

This has always worked for me on Windows 7 after I have updated (manually installed) the SATA drivers for my system.

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