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Burning DVD using NTI CD & DVD-maker 7


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Deadman49

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Hello, I am wondering why I am not allowed to burn DvDs onto my computer. My computer came with this NTI CD & DVD-maker 7 and it tells me that it is scripted and I am sure they do that on purpose, but I should not have to buy it twice. Is there some way I can tell it that I have a legit copy of the movie?

It is in the attachments

You'll have to zoom in to see it clearly.

Russ

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Edited by Deadman49, 09 May 2008 - 12:40 PM.

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Are you trying to copy a movie you purchased from a store to your pc? To say umm.... Put on an I Pod or make a back up copy of it?
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yes, I purchased some movies a while back from a video store, I am hoping to put them on my IPOD classic.
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