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Dvd X Copy Xpress

Discussion in 'All Other Software' started by Lazy Kaye, Dec 13, 2004.

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  1. Lazy Kaye

    Lazy Kaye Thread Starter

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    I copied a dvd using DVD X COPY XPRESS, all went well. Then when I played back my copy I was missing some of the sound. Any suggestions? My os is Windows XP.
     
  2. Pengu

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    im not sure mabye the dvd is to large
     
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  4. Lazy Kaye

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    Thank you for your help and I will try that. Really all I did was follow the instructions and let the program do its thing and I expected it to be right............
     
  5. axis77

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    ok in simple words what is so good about dvd shrink?
     
  6. Lazy Kaye

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    I tried to play the dvd again this afternoon to see exactly where the sound cut off and I noticed a 2x popped up on the screen and so I stopped the dvd and restarted where I stopped it and the sound was there. I don’t understand what happened. Then I tried to play the copied dvd in our dvd player so we could view it on our tv screen and the dvd player did not recognize the dvd; however I can play the original dvd in our dvd player. I must not understand the workings of these programs.
     
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