Lightscribe direct disc labeling for Windows 11
Looking to download Lightscribe for Windows 11? Free download available here!
What is Lightscribe: LightScribe is an optical disc recording technology that was created by the Hewlett-Packard Company. It uses specially coated recordable CD and DVD media to produce laser-etched labels with text or graphics, as opposed to stick-on labels and printable discs.
As you know there’s no support for Lightscribe any more from HP and there is no official download available and question remains: 'where can i get Lightscribe for Windows 11'.
Don’t actually know how many is left there using lightscribe but i have been using it for years now and still have good few lightscribe DVD’s left so not planning to change any time soon.
Download Lightscribe for Windows 11
I came across this version of lightscribe while ago and do not remember where but just in case some of you are looking for this then here it is, both files are reguired in order to work and they are tested for viruses so no monkey business here:
Download LS_Update_220.127.116.11 and install first then:
Download LightScribeTemplateLabeler_18.104.22.168 and install.
Installation is straight forward just thing to remember is to install:
1) Install LS Update first
2) Then install LightScribeTemplateLabeler
See video below how to download and install Lightscribe for windows 10, also works for Windows 11:
Windows versions supported:
- Windows 7 (Home, Pro)
- Windows 10 (Home, Pro)
- Windows 11 (Home, Pro)
Hello! I purchased a BUNUD USB C Superdrive (DC 5V) external DVD RW Drive with Lightscribe capabilities. I've installed both files you recommended. I've created the label and when I go to print, it claims it will take 7 minutes to complete, yet it speeds through the process in about 10 seconds, acts as if it was finished and ejects the disc with no etching on the disc. I've run the compatibility mode and it selected Windows 8. I tried that as well to no avail. This disc drive has two plugs...one for USB and one for USB C. I've tried both at the same time, and then each one individually. When I use both, the drive isn't recognized in the software. Using either plug individually, it shows the drive and allows me to attempt printing. I'm using Windows 11 (upgraded from Windows 10). Any help would be appreciated! Thanks!