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DVD Copying

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#1 Mr. Pelletier

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Posted 03 August 2005 - 08:07 PM

I just recently purchased a new External X-TREME 16X Double Layer DVD Drive. My computer is an IBM computer with an AMD-K - 3D Processor, 476 mhz, 128 MB or Ram, and I'm using Windows XP Professional as my OS. I've also just installed a hi-speed USB card for quick transfer.

The copying program I'm using is 1CLICKDVD.

My problem is this:

I have no problem copying the DVD. It copies the menus, movie, and all audio in less than an hour. My problem is that when I play the movie, after 15 mins. or so...I get a grainy pixelated movie (as if it's dirty) that is unwatchable.

Is there anything I can do to solve this problem??

Mr. Pelletier

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