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Backup Copies DVD's and VHS to DVD

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Old March 18th 03, 07:16 PM
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Default Backup Copies DVD's and VHS to DVD

Try going to www.dvdrhelp.com . You should find an answer
or guide to your video questions

I hope it helps
-----Original Message-----
Not sure this is in right area, but am looking for
suggestions. I have no idea where else I might find a
newgroup or forum that would give me un-biased answers.

Windows XP Home edition on Laptop, DVD/CD-R combination
drive, Easy CD Creator 5 Basic software. No major
problems making Music CD's, watching DVD movies in DVD
drive, making CD-RW disks for data information.

I would like to be able to copy my old VHS tapes on CD-R
disks, and make a backup copy of some of my older DVD
movies that have seen alot of play time.

Opinions and/or suggestions about some of these recently
advertised DVD downloadable software applications that
are supposed to do all these things, easy, fast, and
their prices are ranging from $20.00 to $70.00. Has
anyone tried any of this stuff? Examples of software I
am talking about DVD Professional -- Backup Buddy are
just two of about 6 I have received ads on.




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