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backing up hd advance

Discussion in 'Convert DVD to another format' started by ati743, Nov 27, 2004.

  1. ati743

    ati743 Guest

    i've tried backing up hd advance.used everything from nero to dvd decrypter. any ideas as to what will work?
  2. ScubaPete

    ScubaPete Senior member

    Mar 13, 2003
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    I'm not sure of your question - When you say,

    There 's nothing wrong with the proggys you've listed it's just that it's very unusal for a New guy to start off with those.

    Are you writing your HD files to a DVD OR are you getting files from the "Net" or a DVD OR a camcorder etc - and putting them on your HD and then you want to do - what with them - play them, mount them put them to CD's, DVD's ?

    LQQk, here's a list, fill in as much as you can - it's all very important -

    An example of the type of information we need is:

    Explain step by step what you're doing and with what proggys and what were you doing OR how far did you get before you became stuck ?

    What guide OR guides were you using ?

    Where did the files come from and what format are they in, Bin/Cue, AVI, VCD, SVCD, MPEG2, MPEG 2 DVD compatible, ISO or VOB's ? What do you want to do with them ? i.e., What is your ultimate goal ?

    What are your PC's specifications ?

    What model drives are you working with ?
    Are they external ? USB ? Firewire? Up-to-date drivers ? Up-to-date Firmware ? Do you have a working ASPI layer ? Proper jumper configuration ?

    Drives internal ? Are you using a primary and secondary IDE cable and if you are, which is your burner on ? What setting are you using for them on your IDE cable, is the burner set as a master OR slave ? What transfer mode is burner set at, DMA or PIO mode ? Up-to-date drivers ? Up-to-date Firmware ? Do you have a working ASPI layer ? Proper jumper configuration ?

    Use this handy tool to aid you gathering this necessary information:

    What media are you using ?

    With the proper information we can eliminate many possibilities.

    Provide us with as much of the above information as you can that has a direct application to your project (no matter what you were doing, almost all of the information may have a direct bearing upon it.)




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