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Im a newbie... please help...

Discussion in 'DVDR' started by EOTC, Oct 15, 2004.

  1. EOTC

    EOTC Member

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    Oh my, can someone please help me?
    I just bought ICopyDVDs2 and installed DVD43 from www.DVD43.com
    So I put the disk in I wanted to copy... then added the blank when prompted...
    Said it was successful...
    YET it wont play on any of our DVD players but will only play on my DVDR/RW drive on my computer...
    Is this the best I can do? Be gentle and speak slowly for any instructions... I have no clue what I am doing! lol!
     
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    Nephilim Moderator Staff Member

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    We'll need some details before we start,

    Make/model burner? Firmware version?

    Brand/type media? Burn speed?

    DVD Info Pro will give you all this information :)

    http://www.dvdinfopro.com/
     
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    Firmware-1.07
    Memorex DVD+R
    Burn Drive is DVD+/-RW
    E: Drive...
    Thats all I can find... Its a pretty new computer.
     
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    Dear EOTC,
    I once used ICopyDVDs2 with DVD43 myself and experienced a similar problem. Because you really can't monitor the burning process with ICopyDVDs2, it's hard to find out what actually happened. That's why I've switched to Nero. In your case, I would suggest what many other good fellas around here have: Try DVD Decrypter and DVD Shrink. These are very good programs, plus they are FREE.
     

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