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Old 30 Jan 2007, 09:53 PM   #1
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Question-2 download link does not download

10:44 AM 1/30/2007

Want to move torrent downloaded films (*.avi files) from HDD to CD s
to view on CD / DVD player. Have CD Writer but no DVD Writer on
this Laptop, a Dual Boot (Linux = FC4; Windows = XPHome SP2) and
the data is on a FAT32 partition accessible equally from both.
instead of downloading TMPGEnc b12a as it promises, brings us to
the discussion forum. Tried several times.

How to download it? It seems that this is one of the best software for
this purpose.


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