Is BurnQuick difficult to use?
BurnQuick was designed to be
very simple to use but your comfort level with computers will always
be a factor. We offer the free trial version so that potential
customers can evaluate its ease-of-use for themselves.
what our users
What are the minimum system requirements?
need a computer running Windows and a compatible CD-R or CD-RW burner.
What are the
limitations of my evaluation copy of BurnQuick?
The 15-day free trial of BurnQuick has
ALL of the features of the full version. The only difference
is that the trial version will stop working 15 days after
you install it.
Can I burn more
than audio CDs with BurnQuick?
Yes. BurnQuick combines both Data
and Audio CD Burning into one easy to use program. BurnQuick has a
built-in CD copier that will copy both
Audio and Data
Can I copy an Encrypted DVD or a Copy Protected CD with BurnQuick?
No. BurnQuick will not decrypt Encrypted CDs (almost all commercially
released DVDs are encrypted) nor will it copy Protected CD-ROMS (many game discs are protected)
How do I write data to a DVD?
Data is written to a DVD exactly as data is written to a CD, just more of it can be written.
When BurnQuick asks for a writable disc, just insert a writable DVD and click OK.
What audio file formats does BurnQuick support?
BurnQuick will burn any of your 44.1, 16bit,
stereo WAV files and MPEG 1,2, and 3 compliant files. BurnQuick will
also extract the audio tracks from an Audio CD if you select the
Is there online help available for BurnQuick?
BurnQuick includes a built in help file that can be accessed by pressing the F1 key
from within the BurnQuick interface. If you are a BurnQuick owner, you receive
1 year of free support with your purchase.
If I buy BurnQuick now, will I have to pay for upgrades?
With your purchase of BurnQuick
you will receive 1 year of free upgrades. After one year you may
purchase continuing support. Upgrades include new features and support for new CD writers.
What CD Burners is BurnQuick compatible with?
To view a list of compatible CDROM writers,
check our list of compatible CD-ROM writers on the compatibility page.
What is the BurnQuick Queue option for?
The BurnQuick queue option was designed to allow you to add files from
multiple locations on your hard drive and sort the playing order of your
audio files. Simply select the files you wish to burn, and select the item
"Add selection to Queue", under the BurnQuick menu item. When you are
ready to burn your CD, select the option "View Queue". Hold down your left mouse
button on any file to drag it to a new place in the list.
I have selected my files in the order that I wanted, but when I send them to the BurnQuick Queue or burn them to CD, they appear in a different order. Why?
BurnQuick (and the BurnQuick Queue) receive a
list of files from the Windows operating system in an order
determined by the the file in your selection on which you
right-clicked. So, to add your files to the
Queue (or to send them to BurnQuick) and preserve their specific order, you should
right-click on the top most file you have selected. This behavior is caused
by the Windows file system, and we are currently investigating ways to resolve
How come BurnQuick doesn't allow me to select the Audio option?
The Audio option will be disabled
(grayed-out) unless you have directly selected at least one compatible
audio file. Directly selected means that you must select the file itself and
not merely the Folder that contains it. A compatible audio file is any WAV or
MP3 file of the correct 44.1Khs, 16 bit, stereo format that is standard for
CD Audio. BurnQuick also recognizes .CDA files as audio files and
will automatically extract them audio from the Audio CD for
Will BurnQuick let me copy one of my existing Audio CDs?
Yes. BurnQuick will let you make
a copy of an Audio CD using either one or two drives. A single-drive
copy will require up to 700 MB free on one of your computer's hard
drives. BurnQuick will tell you if it cannot find enough free space
for its temporary files. BurnQuick will extract the audio from the
Audio CD just prior to burning it to the CD. There is no need to
"rip" the tracks first. Just right-click on the drive letter and
to start the copy.
Can BurnQuick "burn" audio files to re-writable media?
Will they play in my player?
Yes to the first question and maybe to the second.
BurnQuick will create CD-Audio disks on either CD-R or CD-RW media but
many CD players are not capable of playing back the information when
it is stored on CD-RW. We suggest that you experiment with your
specific CD players.
Can BurnQuick let me burn to multiple disks? For example: Can I fill one disk
and have BurnQuick automatically tell me to insert another disk to continue
Yes. Starting with version 4.0, BurnQuick will
allow you to select a set of files or folders that is larger than
will fit on a single disc and it will burn those files to as many
as are required.
Why do I get an error 'WRITE Command Failed' when I try to burn
This error is one we have come to associate
with a buffer underrun OR with writing too fast for the media. It is
usually always cured by selecting a lower writing speed. We
recommend starting with a 4x or lower speed and working up from
there. CD-RW media is also more susceptible to this sort of error.
If you are burning many small files to disc, you may also find that
setting the "Write image to disk before burning
" option will correct this problem.