Graphics & Photo Software CD & DVD Covers LightScribe System Software

LightScribe System Software 1.18.27.10 for Windows

by Hewlett-Packard Development Company, L.P.

Avg. Rating 3.7 (18 votes)

File Details

File Size 11.5 MB
License Freeware
Operating System Windows 7/8/Vista/XP
Date Added
Total Downloads 18,965
Publisher Hewlett-Packard Development Company, L.P.
Homepage LightScribe System Software

Publisher's Description

LightScribe is an optical disc recording technology that utilizes specially coated recordable CD and DVD media to produce laser-etched labels. Keep burning beautiful LightScribe discs by regularly updating your LightScribe System Software. It ties your labeling application software to your optical drive hardware. New LightScribe System Software updates are needed to support new hardware or recently introduced LightScribe CDs and DVDs, and will ensure optimal and reliable operation of your LightScribe Labeling system.

Latest Reviews

svkowalski

svkowalski reviewed v1.12.33.2 on Mar 14, 2008

Well, if your hand shook as much as mine when marking CDs, you'd think this tool was just fine.

Also, I have a hard time drawing jpeg pictures of the artist that I can easily grab off the web & put on the CD for instant recognition.

You pay just as much of a premium for those fancy writable CD blanks as LightScribe CDs. Besides, I can remember when it took 20 minutes to just burn a CD, so I've learned to go out & take a walk while it's creating my graphics.

TigerTou

TigerTou reviewed v1.12.29.2 on Feb 18, 2008

Horrible. Takes far too long, is not in color, faint. Could do better with a #2 pencil. I'm sorry to have purchased the burner. Staying with SureThing. Too bad HP backs such an application.

Reverb

Reverb reviewed v1.12.29.2 on Jan 30, 2008

My HP laptop has a lightscribe DVDRW. Lightscribe media is more expensive and the results are very disappointing. 6 minutes to burn a disc, flip the disc over and 25 minutes to burn a grey-ish label. When I first got it I burned about 3 lightscribe discs and haven't used it since. If you were considering buying a lightscribe drive don't waste your money.

Better results can be achieved by purchasing matte-finished discs and an inkjet printer that can print on CD-R's.

Avg. Rating 3.7 (18 votes)
Your Rating
svkowalski

svkowalski reviewed v1.12.33.2 on Mar 14, 2008

Well, if your hand shook as much as mine when marking CDs, you'd think this tool was just fine.

Also, I have a hard time drawing jpeg pictures of the artist that I can easily grab off the web & put on the CD for instant recognition.

You pay just as much of a premium for those fancy writable CD blanks as LightScribe CDs. Besides, I can remember when it took 20 minutes to just burn a CD, so I've learned to go out & take a walk while it's creating my graphics.

TigerTou

TigerTou reviewed v1.12.29.2 on Feb 18, 2008

Horrible. Takes far too long, is not in color, faint. Could do better with a #2 pencil. I'm sorry to have purchased the burner. Staying with SureThing. Too bad HP backs such an application.

Reverb

Reverb reviewed v1.12.29.2 on Jan 30, 2008

My HP laptop has a lightscribe DVDRW. Lightscribe media is more expensive and the results are very disappointing. 6 minutes to burn a disc, flip the disc over and 25 minutes to burn a grey-ish label. When I first got it I burned about 3 lightscribe discs and haven't used it since. If you were considering buying a lightscribe drive don't waste your money.

Better results can be achieved by purchasing matte-finished discs and an inkjet printer that can print on CD-R's.

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