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Copy a backup Help on DVD - R

Discussion in 'DVDR' started by Ffred, Apr 2, 2005.

  1. Ffred

    Ffred Member

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    Folks

    I have Anydvd running for encryption, and used
    DVD Decrypter to read, then write an iso file.
    Then DVD Decrypter to write the iso to disc.

    Can you make a copy of that backup? When i inserted
    the disc back into my PC i saw a error message from
    ANYDVD but it plays in my home dvd player.

    Any hints, help or tips would be appreciated

    Thanks

    Ffred
     
  2. bilbo65

    bilbo65 Regular member

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    The short answer is yes, you can copy a copy. Errors on 1st copy may pose a problem and will be reproduced on the next version, but if it will play on your player then you're ok. You will not need a decrypter or shrinker to copy a copy.
     
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    flip218 Moderator Staff Member

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    moved from advanced
     
  4. saugmon

    saugmon Senior member

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    Making a copy of a backup:

    Use quality media and a 4x burn speed on that first backup copy, then:

    Dvd decrypter- ISO read/ISO write.Probably the quickest using single drive.

    Dvd shrink/and whatever you burn with on your regular backups.I like this feature for when I want to run away and let it auto shut off using 2 drives.

    Nero copy disc-using a separate dvd-rom drive and dvd-rw drives. Which I widely use combined with the quality media and 4x burn speed-100% success rate.

    No need to have anydvd running.
     

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