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Need help coping burned DVD

Discussion in 'DVD Shrink forum' started by rebelslol, Feb 4, 2007.

  1. rebelslol

    rebelslol Guest

    Cannot make a copy of my copied DVD,
    Copied original DVD using DVD Shrink and DVD decrypter

    the problem i have is that when i put disc in to copy from, nothing i try recognizes disc, but it plays perfect.

    ald
     
  2. rdmercer1

    rdmercer1 Active member

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    what burning software do you have on your system? you don't have to run your copy through shrink, just use your burning software, and hit the button that says copy disk
     
  3. vurbal

    vurbal Administrator Staff Member

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    @rebelslol

    Please edit your thread title to conform to rule #7:

    7. Describe your problem specifically -- including the thread topic, because this helps people who are willing to answer to you.
     
  4. rebelslol

    rebelslol Guest

    i've tried nero, disc to disc copy and that has not worked, and other software i've tried has not recognized the disc or said improper format
     
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  5. Shardel

    Shardel Guest

    I have been able to copy a back up disc. I use Shrink to write an
    ISO and then burn with Imgburn. I do not keep old ISOs on my
    computer since it takes up too much space. So I have Shrink write
    a new ISO. It takes about 13 minutes since the back up disc is not
    encrypted you don't need to use anything else. Hope this works for
    you.
     
  6. rebelslol

    rebelslol Guest

    I dont know why,maybe i am doing something wrong, but no files listed when i try shrink, doh, i've been trying to re-author, slowly raises gun to head. thanks fo r helping

    ald
     
  7. Shardel

    Shardel Guest

    Been tempted to shoot a time or two myself but hang in there.
    You shouldn't have to use reauthor on a disc you have already
    backed up because it should backup at 100% of that disc. I'm
    thinking the original backup may still be on your machine someplace.
    I know when I first deleted backup files they went into the
    recycle bin until it was dumped. It was in my Norton protected
    Recycle Bin. Is that posssible. My backups were originally
    written with DVDXCopy and Imgburn. What program did you write
    with? When you use Shrink are you trying a direct burn or are
    you writing an ISO file to your hard drive?
     
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    Just because a copy plays well doesn't mean it will copy. I don't know how it happened, but a copy of mine got intermittent write errors all the way through and those bad sectors wouldn't allow the copy to be copied. It played well on the standalone. A scan of the disc would show if that's the problem. Otherwise any disc copy utility should copy the copy (it's already been cleaned of copy protection and sized to the media).
     

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