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Help with backing up the Core

Discussion in 'DVD2One forum' started by d23, Sep 25, 2003.

  1. d23

    d23 Guest

    I recently got the new movie "The Core" and it is 134 minutes. How should I got about backing it up on a DVD. Will DVD2oneX do the job. Let Me Know, Thanks!
     
  2. memcco

    memcco Regular member

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    you bet it will....movie only...it's perfect
     
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    hey if you get a chance I tried backing up The Core and toast will not let me burn because 4.4 GB aval and 4.4GB needed. I dont understand. Please help
     
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    what is toast?
     
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    TOAST IS MY BURNING SYSTEM FOR MACOSX
     
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    i use xp pro...unfamiliar with MAC! Perhaps someome more familiar can help you. also, you might try the forum at dvd2one...i would imagine, you'd get a quicker response....try http://www.dvd2one.com/forum/
     
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    Read this small thread for answers.

    http://dvdxcopy.afterdawn.com/thread_view.cfm/47523

    Basically many of the discs had/have a manufacturing error and cannot be ripped. Some people have had success with it and others have not. Keep returning the discs until you get a copy that can rip. Thats the only answer if you have one with a maufacturing error.
     
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    herbsman Moderator Staff Member

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    You're all replying to an inactive member ;-)

    [Just thought I'd let ya know]
     

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