Plug-In Setup: Nero Burning Rom, Continued
Depending on the version, the registry details can be entered in the V5 or V6 section. The semicolons at the beginning of the lines must be removed, as well as those in the [Software.Addreg] section.
If no error messages appear after you click Enable/Disable, everything has gone well.
Plug-In Setup: WinRAR
WinRAR is a powerful and versatile program for working with archive files such as RAR or ZIP. There is no plug-in for WinRAR for PE Builder, so we created one [THG WinRAR-plug-in] .
It's easy to install the plug-in: after clicking Add the plug-in winrar.cab is loaded. The question of the plug-in-directory can be confidently confirmed by selecting OK.
Finally, WinRAR must be installed; the files are then copied from the WinRAR folder to the plug-in's files folder. If you have registered WinRAR you should also save the rarreg.key file in that folder.
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