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what is the best program to use to copy dvds?

its not illegal ones its one of a family wedding and i do have a dvd writer and windows xp

cheers in advance
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Have a look at Nero Trial

Nero Trial

You need packages 1 and 2
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any1 else?
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any1 :tazz:
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is there something wrong with that suggestion?

Since it is a non-copy protect cd, you could copy the dvd as an iso to your drive using the iso recorder powertoy (http://isorecorder.a...isorecorder.htm) and then use a thirdparty tool to burn the iso to a dvd (Windows xp does not support DVD burning natively, but windows vista will).

cdburnerxp will burn an iso to dvd
http://www.cdburnerxp.se/
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I cant seem to get nero to work

how do i use it to copy this dvd?
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Since it is a non-copy protect cd, you could copy the dvd as an iso to your drive using the iso recorder powertoy (http://isorecorder.a...isorecorder.htm) and then use a thirdparty tool to burn the iso to a dvd (Windows xp does not support DVD burning natively, but windows vista will).

cdburnerxp will burn an iso to dvd
http://www.cdburnerxp.se/

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