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Multiple copies with decryptor???? nero wont!

Discussion in 'DVDR' started by Kmate, Jan 2, 2005.

  1. Kmate

    Kmate Guest

    hey all my nero gives me hell when trying to copy a copy. what are my options,peace.
     
  2. rroettger

    rroettger Regular member

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    Are you making a copy of a copy or multiple copies of one. If multiple copies with DVD Decrypter, once you creat a iso file you can brun as many copies as you want. I do not use Nero , so I can not say.
     
  3. colw

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    Assuming that your first copy is OK, the Copy Disk function in Nero should make a perfect backup.

    Make sure you are using quality media.
     
  4. Kmate

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    Hi mates, Im using a decent media ritek 8x
     
  5. Kmate

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    The copy plays on a stand alone fine. I do have a shitty comp' 20 gig hdd with about 6 gig free is that a problem. I have had success with this program , but no more.
     
  6. colw

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    6GB free space could be very problematic. 8 to 10 GB recommended - you need space for temp files and system processes.

    Your current availablle space is very marginal and could cause problems.
     
  7. forkndave

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    6GB free would almost force you to copy on the fly which usually isn't recomended unless you have a fast computer. I have a moderately fast computer and I usually don't do it. What you probably should do is invest in a larger hard drive. They seem to be getting cheaper every day. I have seen Hard drives in the 80GB range at fairly reasonable prices. Add that to what you have and you'ld have 100GB.
     
  8. Kmate

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    [bold]Props to rroettger, colw and forkndave [/bold]

    thanks Im gett'n there
     

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