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Thread: Method of choice to convert tapes to disk




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    Default Re: Method of choice to convert tapes to disk

    I use DVD Shrink :)
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    Default Re: Method of choice to convert tapes to disk

    Quote Originally Posted by metallicat666
    i would have thought it would be best to replace the cdwriter as the dvd writer will write to cds and the dvd drive could be used for dvd to dvd copying
    With later copy protection advances straight DVD-DVD copying is not very successful across two DVD drives plus most CD burners burn CD's at a faster rate than DVD burners do so I'd recommend keeping the 2 burners and dumping the DVDROM.

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    Default Re: Method of choice to convert tapes to disk

    Quote Originally Posted by metallicat666
    alcohol 120% has worked wondersfor me so far

    southern comfort isnt doing to badly either
    Metallicat....come on, I've seen some of your posts so I know that you can provide some insight on this subject.....sleep it off and come back in a few days. Appreciate it Met

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