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Exact copy of DVD to Windows 10 folder

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Best Answer scomar , 04 March 2022 - 05:35 PM

Hi ScomarDo you still need helpYou should be able to go to my computer (This PC) Right click > CopyGo to C: driveRight click paste Thanks peterm, this worked, I was way over thinking it. Go to the full post »


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Hello,

 

I have a DVD disc that contains medical scan images that requires a specific viewer. These are all on the disc the hospital gave me. The original disc works fine and am able to view the images. I would like to be able to have a folder on my computer in which I can use just like the DVD disc. The disc contains an executable file that starts the viewer up so I can view the images. Is this possible?

 

Thanks!


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Hello scomar,

 

Any help or ideas in the link below?

 

How To Copy Any DVD To Your Computer - YouTube


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Thanks for the reply. The WinX software did not work. It looks like it is geared to DVD movies, which as stated is not a video. I need to make an exact copy of the DVD to a folder on my computer so it will show the scan images as it does from the DVD.

 

There is an executable file that installs a viewer and then it grabs the images so you can see them, this is how I would like it to work on my computer.


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Hi Scomar

Do you still need help

You should be able to go to my computer (This PC) 

Right click > Copy

Go to C: drive

Right click paste


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Hi,
 
My suggestion is to create a backup image of the DVD to an .ISO file using for example InfraRecorder (download and install using Ninite to avoid any extra junk offered!)

 

You can burn the ISO to another DVD if needed or in Windows 10 mount the ISO to a virtual drive simply by double clicking the file. The software should work the same way as from the DVD.


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Hi Scomar

Do you still need help

You should be able to go to my computer (This PC) 

Right click > Copy

Go to C: drive

Right click paste

 

Thanks peterm, this worked, I was way over thinking it.


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Your welcome


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