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Thread: Copying Protected Dvd Discs

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    I can't find the topic that discussed how to get around the cd protection of a dvd disk...i am using a DVD-RW but still has the protection, could someone point me in the right direction please. thx

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    that gets around the cd protection?

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    Sure does

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    You need to go to http://www.doom9.org/ and http://www.dvdrhelp.com/ and read about DVD-5/DVD-9.

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    it's all good, i got it working now, ive done a few and theyre perfect...thx!

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    It's not really anything to do with copyright protection

    its the fact that the originals have 2 layers and DVD rs only have 1 layer

    get DVD shrink it's better IMO

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    download any of the DVDXCOPY programs they are great
    Those who dont learn from the past are doomed to repeat It.

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    dvd x copy- i agree. it quickly bypassed the cd copy protection. when the box pops up that asks "is this a rental" just say NO!
    lol

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