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Old 25 Jun 2004, 07:18 PM   #1
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I recently purchased a Pioneer DVD writer (DVR-A07XLA) with the intention of backing up my library of purchased DVDs and work computer files from my home PC. Well, it was not going to be as simple as I initially thought.

The learning curb was made very much easier due to the dedication and willingness of individuals who dedicate their time and knowledge to educate those who basically, like myself, run around in ever diminishing circles looking for answers to seemingly impossible problems.

I would just like to thank all the expert volunteers who unselfishly give of their time, in manning forums such as this one, to educate all of us, in the new technology of DVD processing.
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when i read posts like this one i feel proud to take a (small, but still...) part in this forum
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I would just like to thank all the expert volunteers who unselfishly give of their time, in manning forums such as this one, to educate all of us, in the new technology of DVD processing.
just remember, after climbing that learing curve, to come back and share your knowledge with other novices.
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