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Old 16 May 2005, 12:52 PM   #1
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A couple of years ago I purchased "DVD X Copy Gold" which included DVD X Copy and X Copy Express. I often used the programs to make mack-ups of DVD's that I also purchased in case any of my DVD's were damaged.
I recently had to reformat and reinstall Windows XP. Reinstalling my DVD programs appeared to go well until I tried to run the programs - they became stuck on my desk top with no way to go forward or back.
I remember having to register the software online but is it possible that 321 Studio is no longer in existance? Is there a work-around to registering or is there a place to register so that I may use my software?
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Old 16 May 2005, 12:54 PM   #2
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Hi and welcome to the forum, rjcaldwell!

As a workaround you could use DVD Shrink - it's freeware - instead.

www.dvdshrink.org
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Old 17 May 2005, 07:05 AM   #3
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Someone told me abut DVD shrink but, the Programs that I own (DVD X Copy and X Copy Express) seemed to be more versital - i.e., I wanted a full copy of my DVD, not a s"hrunken" version. Again, these are DVD's that I have purchased and if you have a 13 year-old, you know how easily disks can be damaged, scratched, or lost.
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"I wanted a full copy of my DVD, not a s"hrunken" version"
Let me ask you a few questions.
  • Is your burner a "Dual Layer" burner?
  • If in fact it is a "Dual Layer" burner, do you have "Dual Layer" media to burn to?

If you answered "No" to either 1 of those questions, no matter if you use "DVD X Copy, X Copy Express, DVD Shrink, Nero Recode, etc." You will be shrinking the movie.
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I guess you are right, although I have recently purchased a dual-layer burner and was able to find some disks (although expensive).
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Yes dual layer media are extremely expensive right now.
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