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DVD back ups??

Discussion in 'DVDR' started by avina612, Nov 20, 2004.

  1. avina612

    avina612 Member

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    I am trying to make back up copies of my DVD's using RecordNow. I will not let me because it says the DVD is copy righted. A friend said to post my problem here to get help.
     
  2. iburndvds

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    try using clone dvd,and slysoft's any dvd.you cant burn with record now.
     
  3. rroettger

    rroettger Regular member

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    Look around this site and you will find a number of different options for backing up a DVD. But if you are just starting out you might try DVD Shrink and DVD Decrypter.
    !!!You can download both for free!!!

    There are guides here to show you how to use the software.
     
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  4. CJC

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    no one here uses clone dvd anymore?
     
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  7. iburndvds

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    you should be so lucky
     
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    LMAO...............Lucky indeed, as my Recordnow guides have been a great help across the forum................................
     
  9. iburndvds

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    how much was that program,and if you got it for free, how much would it cost me to own?
     
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    I always purchase software that I use, I only use software that does exactly what I need it to do.
    Nothing more and nothing less.....................

    I don't require all the bells and whistles that Nero etc provide, just straight forward burning, and Recordnow fulfills my requirements.....................

    Well, I was first introduced to it with a Sony burner that my brother purchased and it was bundled with it.
    Recordnow DX.
    I trialled it, and it worked a treat.
    So I purchased it, £45 for version 4, then upgraded it to 4.5 (free upgrade).
    Then I purchased my Dual layer Pioneer 108 burner, and I required DL support - I had reports that earlier versions were not going to support DL media.

    So I emailed Sonic and they introduced me to Version 7.2 Deluxe suite - this cost me £40 and am using it ever since.....................worth every penny in my opinion.......................not 1 coaster to date whilst using it (except for the ones I buggered myself)

    Goto http://www.sonic.com for details on it...........could be the best software you ever purchase..............................

    I don't know whether this link is still active, but I wrote a couple of guides at http://www.chrismccann.co.uk
     
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  11. kitehawk

    kitehawk Member

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    Can anyone tell me why I get

    Forbidden
    You don't have permission to access / on this server.
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    Apache/1.3.27 Server at www.chrismccann.co.uk Port 80
    When I try to read these guides at http://www.chrismccann.co.uk

    thanks
    kitehawk
     
  12. CJC

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    Looks like that his site doesnt exist anymore.

    CJC
     

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