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jssch

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Can someone suggest a free program used to copy CD's and DVD's?
 

valis

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you mean like break the copyright? Because that would be illegal.
 

jssch

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hmmmm, wow, amazing I didnt know that

I had to reinstall Windows on my computer and used to have a program that came with it originally that was a copy dvd/cd program. I need to make copies of kids soccer games for grandparents...... I was hoping someone could siggest a "freeware" version.
 

crjdriver

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Deep Burner works fine. It is available for download in both free and pro versions.
 

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You mean like videos of their soccer games? There should be loads out there. I thought you were talking about copywritten music and movies. No, I don't know of any off the top of my head. The ones I have came with my dvd burner when I bought it, so I guess you could say they cost around $80 or so. :)
 

jssch

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The Deep Burner Free Version doesnt allow you to copy disc to disc.. you have to buy the pro-version, any other freeware programs that allow you to copy disc to disc?
 

jssch

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I never asked for that...... I asked for a program that allowed me to copy kids soccer games for grandparents.......
 

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Most any commercial burning application will copy media. Pick your brand.
 

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jssch said:
I never asked for that...... I asked for a program that allowed me to copy kids soccer games for grandparents.......
If it is just video files, use the xp built in burning. You can burn files to a cd or whatever. You do not need to copy any disk; just send the files to the burner. That should take care of what you asked for.
 
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