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ICOPYDVD2 software with HP dvd+r

Discussion in 'DVDR' started by cjhanza, Jan 10, 2005.

  1. cjhanza

    cjhanza Member

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    Hello! I'm hoping you can help me--I have a HP dvd writer and am using ICOPYDVD2 software to try and make backups of my personal dvd collection--it reads fine; and sometimes will begin to actually write and then finalizes and says error writing disc--so there I am with a half burned disc and several colorful words. Any advice? I know you really like Nero, but I would like to save some money and just get this one working. Thanks tons.
    Justine
     
  2. Whitfield

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    Hi Justine--
    Why not just download and use DVD Shrink and DVD Decryptor to rip and burn your collection? They are both free and available right at this site--Just go to the software tab at the top of this page and download them--both are fairly easy to use and work great--there are guides available on this site to show you how to use these programs--I always use ScubaPete's guides and have burned over 100 DVD's--Use quality media--ie.Sony,Verbatim Data Life, Maxell, Ricoh--NOT Memorex! I also have and use an HP DVD writer so I think these will work well for you--Good Luck--
    Whitfield
     
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    i did download the encrypter and shrink and I go both to work but having problems burning still because shrink wants to burn with nero. Can I get around this? ANd just curious why not memorex?
     
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    You can change that option in Shrink-- untick the box that says enable burning with Nero--on the last tab of the Shrink options--
     
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    Memorex disks have a terrible reputation--apparently they use many different manufacturers for their disks and as a result, quality suffers
     
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    okay thanks--gonna try that
     
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