What's the best dvd copy software

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  1. JPB

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    I'm currently using dvd X gold but it is still splilling some dvd's over two disks and I want to be able to get everything onto one disk to back up some of my older dvd's in case they get buggered up and then impossible to find again. Any idea's chaps as this is driving me mad? :rolleyes:
     
  2. hornydragon

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    You may want to read the rules mate.

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  3. alexs2

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    Think you will find the rules relating to this area of backing up one's own discs has changed.....

    There is a sticky in the DVD section on this topic.
     
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    dvd X gold, isn’t perfectly legal copying software.
     

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