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burn man on fire

Discussion in 'DVDR' started by johnchang, Jan 13, 2005.

  1. johnchang

    johnchang Member

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    help plz
     
  2. sean5775

    sean5775 Regular member

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    WOW, you might want to give us at least some information. Its really hard to help you without anything. Idealy we need to know what problem you are having, what programs you are using, your system specs. Then maybe someone can suggest something.

    With the Info you gave.. all I can suggest is use DVD Shrink And Nero.... worked for me.
     
  3. brobear

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    My crystal ball is out, so I will concurr with sean5775. Just run AnyDVD in the background with the DVD Shrink and let Nero burn, you'll have most of the bases covered.
     
  4. brobear

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    What would man on fire do but burn? It's late or early one. LOL
     
  5. DogBomb

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    Give the guy a break here. It sounds like he's on fire!!!! ;)

    Signed,

    Denzel
     
  6. brobear

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    Is that a fire break? ;) He did appear a bit heated.
     
  7. mcalister

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    I beleive the amazing Kreskin has just had a birthday.
     
  8. johnchang

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    lol the disk had a lot of crap on it thats all. my bad
     
  9. Nephilim

    Nephilim Moderator Staff Member

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    A lot of crap meaning worthless extras or a lot of crap meaning a scratched or dirty disc?

    If you could manage to throw together several sentences or maybe even a paragraph explaining in detail what problems you're having we can help you out ;)
     
  10. brobear

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    Let's do another Kreskin... "crap" as in gummy finger prints and creeping crud. Rule 1 is using a clean disc (in good condition) in a player or burner. Players and burners function okay normally with superficial scratches. Sometimes "Crap" can be a lot worse than scratches. Don't you love where you can go on giving advice when someone doesn't give any info to go on...
     

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