Do you have a DVD-Rom?

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guest
17 July 2003 - 9:49am
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I gave it a go on the trial, and it was good so when that runs out I may have to buy it.
thanks for the tip Dave, did you get the CD?

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17 July 2003 - 9:41am
Dave Hutchens's picture

Get it, Janet...this program does exactly what it says it does.
And you won't believe how simple it is to use.

guest
10 July 2003 - 6:19pm
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I just did a search for DVDXCOPY, and it looks just right for me, its what I have been looking for.
Now i need to find a program to make the size of the mpeg file that i now have smaller so it can play on my XDA.
Then I will be happy,
Laughing out loud :D

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6 July 2003 - 5:29am
Dave Hutchens's picture

I have a DVD burner, and use it regularly.

Ever hear of a program called DVDXCOPY?

A God-send, I can assure. Smile

1 July 2003 - 2:48pm
Maushop's picture

Pretty poor that 7% has no clue about anything.:1roll:

guest
22 June 2003 - 4:39pm
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I use mine to play DVDs coz its not in the same room as my TV, plus I have a 19" sceen, so it looks ok.
Plus not every one in my house wants to watch Christopher Lee all day Laughing out loud

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22 June 2003 - 3:59pm
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I just got my computer for Christmas. I checked and it dosn't have a dvd-rom on it.

Sarah

20 June 2003 - 11:35am
Frederick Bergstrom's picture

If im on my computer then im on line, if im watching tv im usually relaxed sitting on the couch enjoying my movie. I dont find the interest in sitting in front of my computer to watch a movie. I dont see me ever wanting one but im sure when its time for a new computer they will probally be standard by then.

15 June 2003 - 11:28am
Trevor Ball's picture

Quote:

Almost every modern computer comes with one, but hardly anyone uses it.

Very true, I've never used mine until now.

13 June 2003 - 5:21pm
John Farrell's picture

Two G4s at work. One with a DVD-ROM drive, the other a G4 server with a superdrive for burning DVDs.

Since the server's off limits to my DV applications, I performed a little "surgery" and swapped the two drives, putting the burner in my development machibe and putting the DVD_ROM back in the server.

Cool.
Laughing out loud

12 June 2003 - 7:26pm
Don Boycik's picture

i have a cd burner in my puter but that's about it. no dvd-rom however.:mad:

guest
12 June 2003 - 7:24pm
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Mine works just fine with Window XP pro.
I had to get a better player for XP but it's works great.

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guest
11 June 2003 - 10:34pm
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Windows XP knocked all my sound out of my PC, and I removed the DVD player as I use my proper DVD Player

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