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Just want to be clear on this...I ripp the dvd with dvdd, use dvds to make the ISO file, then use imgburn to burn it?? Am I adding a step there or forgetting something, I was just about to burn my first DL then this imgburn thing threw a wrench into my night...:) Do I do anything different when burning DL's...thanks for clearing the fog from my brain...

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Welcome Dyl, Yes, your method is okay for backing up on a blank single layer media. If your backing up to a dual layer blank, then just use the aforementioned program, ISO read then ISO write, nothing else is needed. :):thumbup:

 

Make sure your using good quality media, Taio Yudens come to mind, no CMC garbage, to get the best possible quality. :thumbup:

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ISO read then ISO write,

you could of course use imgburn to write it and have the wonderful support that goes with the programme :)

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ISO read then ISO write,

you could of course use imgburn to write it and have the wonderful support that goes with the programme :)

 

Oops, thought Dyl was talking about doing a straight 1:1 backup, where he would need extra help getting by the ISO read stage............ :shifty::lol: Just thought it would be easier to use the one proggie. If the first step has already been done, for sure use IMG to write to media. :thumbup:

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heres a snap shot from ImgBurns Home page .....and why you should use ImgBurn .......says it all really ;)

 

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volvo! Are ye sick man? I can read everything you wrote!

 

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volvo! Are ye sick man? I can read everything you wrote!

 

Regards

 

fortunately there wasent any really hard words for me to have to spill , and the bulk of it was copy and pist anyway

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