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Source DVD greater then 4.3 GB

Discussion in 'DVD±R for advanced users' started by star11078, Dec 25, 2004.

  1. star11078

    star11078 Member

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    I'm new to this so please bear with me. I have DECRYPTER version 3.5.1.0 installed and working perfectly. I'm trying to backup my STTNG DVDs and DECRYPTER says they're 8.XX GB in length (four episodes per Disc). How do I back them up? Any help is appreciated....
    Happy Holidays...
     
  2. rroettger

    rroettger Regular member

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    star11078 has foud his own answers to this basic Newbie question. As he states in his second thread.
    http://forums.afterdawn.com/thread_view.cfm/139000

    Saving you the trouble.

    star11078 you would get the same answers to your question in the DVD-R for newbies forum, which would be a more appropriate forum.

    Welcome to aD. If you need help, someone here will help, but it won't always be fast.
     
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    Of course, you are correct... Was trying to run before I can walk.. Should know better.. Was in the Army many years and learned there to "RTFM" (read the f****** manual) before doing things. Old age is creeping up on me and have forgotten the lessons learned in my youth...
     
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    It happens to most of us when we first get here. No matter how old or young. When we get a new toy were in a rush to play with it.
    I hope things go as well as they did for me, once I came to aD. I was lucky. DVDs' are finicky beasts.

    Best advise to start out with practice on a few RW disc. When you are ready to burn, buy decent discs and keep your speed down. Advise which you can find in abundance here.
     

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