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Been Gon a While

Discussion in 'DVDR' started by Estranged, Feb 17, 2005.

  1. Estranged

    Estranged Member

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    I was just wondering if DVD Decrypter has been banned I tried downloading it and it said if you live in the U.S. you cannot download it. What is up with that? Just a quick answer will work.
     
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    click no
     
  3. Estranged

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    Thanks I had it but then we had a Virus on our computer so we had to delete everything.
     
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    dvdripdvd Regular member

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    i hate those trick questions
     
  5. Balaam

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    lol, what site were you trying to download it from that said that?
     
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    its so funny how many people have "memorex sucks!" in their signature. I recently bought a 50 pack of memorex 8X DVDRs and a 50 pack of memorex CDRs, and I've burnt half of each so far, with no coasters, and they play fine in everything. Usually I stick with Maxell or Sony, but it was a good deal so I couldn't resist. I guess I got a lucky batch or something.
     
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    Play them in 6 months from now and see if you are still singing that same tune??

    Where they +R or -R? The +R's are actually supposed to be OK....
     
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    You're being facetious, but if you have no problems with a spindle of memorex, you ARE lucky. It's like boning a slut. It might be cheaper/easier, but you're likely to end up with a leaky faucet for a pecker. If you wanna take that chance, fine, but I have too high regards for my johnson to take that chance. :)

    Like bbmayo, I've heared that the CMC's memorex uses for their +r's are ok, but that's still not enough for me to take the chance on the faucet dick. :D
     
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    they're -Rs. I have old memorex CDRs from years ago, and they still work...I guess we'll see. thanks for the warning though
     
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    cdr's are not dvdr's. not sure how that's applicable.
     
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    Okay, Balaam, sorry I didn't know that different manufactures make Memorex, so their CDs are different than the DVDs. You don't have to get all snooty and say its how its not applicable...I'm not trying to argue with you that they ARE good, I was simply stating that I haven't had a problem with them, thats all.

    Thanks for the app bbmayo, the Manufacturer CID is CMC MAG. AE1. I guess we'll see in 6 months how good they are, in the mean time I won't put anything propreitary that I'm willing to lose on them.
     

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