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please help - copy a copy dvd

by Chantelle1982 / November 15, 2005 7:56 PM PST

dvd x copy platinum wont allow me to copy a copy disc and also nero 6 wont allow me. please could someone help me out as i am a new user and thought that it would copy anything.

regards

smith

thanks in advance!!

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Unfortunately...
by thought_stazi / November 15, 2005 8:19 PM PST

Such a thing is currently illegal, because it involves circumventing copy-protection mechanisms.

I'm hoping that the recent PR nightmare over the rootkit Sony has stuck into some of their CDs, will make the public more aware of these things and make a huge deal about it.

Until then however, you're just SOL. It's illegal for anyone in pretty much any western country to tell you how to do that, and illegal for anyone to make a program that will do that. Which is why the movie industry shut down DVDXCopy's producer.

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I know how.
by damasta55r / November 17, 2005 2:27 PM PST

I don't do illegal copies. I just know for no-cd cracks...Unfortunately, cnet policies also dictate, no HELP. Sorry.

Roger

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