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  1. LOL! I'm dumber than I thought. The DVD didn't play on my computer, so I assumed it was no good. But it plays fine on the unit that's hooked up to my TV. Apparently I don't have the right kind of DVD-playing software on my computer. I assumed I had some sort of default program (this is a relatively new computer) for playing DVDs, but maybe I don't. Anyway, the hubster and I had a good laugh at my expense. Thanks for your help and your patience.
  2. Thanks for the detailed instructions, but I screwed it up again. I ended up with a DVD with two folders: AUDIO_TS and VIDEO_TS. I'm afraid my ancient brain isn't capable of learning new complicated tricks. I guess I need to try to find a program that's simpler. It's a bitch gettin' old. Mama never said there'd be days like this.
  3. When I try this (using read mode), I get the message shown below. I'm trying to copy a DVD that has 2 videos on it, so read mode does not work. When I try using Build mode, I don't have enough information -- I don't know how to use Build mode to create an iso. I've tried to figure it out, but I'm not smart enough. All I get is a bunch of files, not an iso file. I need to know how to create the iso file in Build mode. (I think.)
  4. I want to copy some DVDs (not commercial ones -- ones that I created myself) and I can't make it work. They have more than one video on them -- I read the guides and used the Build option to get a bunch of BUP, IFO, and VOB files from the source DVD to my computer, but I couldn't figure out how to generate a functional copy. I keep ending up with new disks with those BUP, IFO, and VOB files. Before I ruin more new DVDs, can someone please point me in the direction of specific instructions for copying a DVD that has more than one file on it? I'm old, and not as good at figuring stuff out as I used to be. But I did try. TIA.
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