"Or simply copy and paste the files of the dvd to a folder on your pc
You are welcome.Thankyou all for you replies.
Have a look here.Please allow that I am not used to doing anything more than basic computing so when I tried the ISO files it said things like create boot image or multiboot image etc which I have no clue what it means.
I believe you are referring to ImgBurn here.The hippofile programme is more user friendly and appears to have taken the data from the original disc but then what? It is not clear how to put that "copied" data back onto a blank DVD. When I did do what seemed to be a copy, the computer and programme went through the motions, took fifteen or more minutes to do what it does, it came up with an operation successful message but when I go to My Computer and try to open the disk still in the D drive, it shows a message that the disk is not accessible, corrupted and unreadable.
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