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help on how to backup a HD DVD

Discussion in 'HD DVD discussion' started by andy409, Jan 29, 2007.

  1. andy409

    andy409 Regular member

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    it won't work, i have the HD DVD, I have Backup HD DVD by Muslix64, and it nwon't work!!!!!

    I need help really bad
     
  2. S2K

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    you aren't going to get any responses without details on where you are stuck.
     
  3. eatsushi

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    What are your system specs?
     
  4. andy409

    andy409 Regular member

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    im trying to backup an hd dvd using Backup HD DVD and it says no video files found, is that specific enough
     
  5. error5

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    Basic question: do you have an HD-DVD drive in your PC or you using the 360 HD-DVD drive connected to your PC?
     
  6. andy409

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    hd dvd drive
     
  7. error5

    error5 Regular member

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    Can it be used with the 360 HD-DVD drive attached to a PC?
     
  8. andy409

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    i guess you could, I don't know
     
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    im trying to install xbox hd dvd drive even got software for it from windows update but still wont play says something bout decrypted file with codex
     
  10. dragondog

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    ok i think i know why think i need player that supports hd dvds like windvd8 anyone got more info on this pleas post thanks
     
  11. andy409

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    buy a software called power dvd and it lets you play blu-ray and HD DVD movies
     
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    ok no i didnt do it i have powerdvd but still nuttin...what im trying to do is hook the xbox hd dvd player up thought i dl softwear but did nuttin......any help on what to do?
     
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    ive never hookin up a drive on my computer before and i don;t have a360 so i dont know
     
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    Whoops:
    Try this:
     
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    It's very easy to rip the contents of a HDDVD with this ANYDVD HD

    You usually still need a stout computer and a HDCP compliant video card to play back the HDDVD though.
     
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    With AnyDVD HD you don't need an HDCP compliant video card.
     
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