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    For some reason now when I use Decripter in ISO read mode I do not get a .iso file even though it says that the file being created is XXXXX.iso, instead I am getting 3 files with the following extenders: .mds, .1oo, .101. What has changed???????

    Thanks for any help....

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    Can I change this on my computer some how or do I have to buy another newer computer? The ISO used to work, I think something has changed in my computer but I do not know what....

    Please Help!!!!!!

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    Thanks for spending the time reading the FAQ...

    http://forum.digital-digest.com/show...threadid=44796

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chewy
    yes it works as I have done one of my partions that way, the other way I know is to purchase partion magic and it will do it for you, the process takes about as much work and time either way.
    I was told once that you should only have your bootable disc or partition in NFTS, next time I reformat ALL of them Will BE! The info was erroneous.
    If you use these forums you will not have to face that...
    Long Live Foamy!!!

    My burners Nec ND 3550A, Benq DQ60, Liteon SHW P6S, 2 Sony AW_Q170A's (free with my new system) and JLMS XJ-HD S.

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    and that's why you can't have too many hard drives, conversions and repartitioning are a piece of cake.

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    Thanks for the short cut to the info I needed. Since I lost two of my orginals to cracks in the disc I thought it would be smart to backup the other 200 plus in my library, and there is an unbelivable amount of info to learn. I thought my computer was doing everything I needed until I decided to backup my movies, now I think my Dell 800 MHz computer has seen better days. Am going to buy a new one.


    Thanks again......

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