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Old 2005-04-29, 01:51 PM
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Re: Copying A DVD-R For A Trade.....

Originally Posted by jingobah
When I burned the DVD i dragged the files into the Video TS folder. My computer says there's only this Track01.cda file on the disc. The DVD works fine though in my DVD player. Where did the dvd files go that I burned? I shouldn't have to use DVD Decrypter any other program right? I should be able to just copy the disc with Nero. I did it once before. What the hell is a .cda file?
This is the same problem I have. When I use DVD dycrypter, I get nothing but error messages in tr 2. Is there another way of burning a copy and replacing missing files? Sorry if I am repeating a question already asked.
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Old 2005-04-29, 03:44 PM
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Re: Copying A DVD-R For A Trade.....

umm, read the thread. the solution to the problem was already posted.
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