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Copy from DVD to DVD


ponytail

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I requested a specialist seed catalogue but it only came as a CD rom which is ok as it plays fine.I would like to give my son a copy but sure of the easiest way to copy it.I have a external CD writer as well as the internal one.It would be almost impossible to print it as there is so much to it so doing a copy seems the only way.Can someone advise please.

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eedcam

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Whats a so called Music Studio which is not even in th big league as editors go, got to do with burning capabilities ? The OP just wants to copy a disc

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Muergo

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Well on Ashampoo it's just put original in slot and follow instructions to put it onto blank DVD provided of course that it's the right type but the program will soon say so with a big green tick or a red cross.

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Muergo

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My ultimate view on this copying debate is to buy decent blank discs, I only use Japanese not Indian discs and where appropriate Taiyo Yuden manufacture which sometimes appear as JVC branded. The cheap ones can sometimes fail and lead one to think you have done something wrong but in some cases its a bad disc.

Have you tried "Rat"?

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