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....now Can I Copy My Dvd

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Well after 3 weeks of trying to install this program, it finally works.

I had to get rid of every scrap of information about any previous Roxio

software........it was not easy, but I did it. Now since Easy VHS to DVD

is the only software left on my computer, how do I simply copy one of

the DVDs I can now make? I am afraid to buy and install any other

Roxio produce in fear that it will cause Easy VHS to DVD to stop working!

Does anyone have any recomendations? :unsure:

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Since Easy VHS to DVD doesn't have a Disc Copy function that I know of (not at a pc with it installed at the moment to verify), and since yes there have been some conflicts with it and other Roxio products, you could always use a different app to do disc copying, like ImgBurn for example.

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No copy and no problem… :lol:

 

Two Solutions -

EZ 1: Uninstall V2D and install any other version of Roxio you want. The drivers for the USB Device will remain and the device is usable by any software that allows USB Capture.

 

EZ 2: Set a Restore point and install any version except 2009. Should work (? :huh: ) but if not, Restore Point!

 

Let us know what you do and how it works out. Might be of use to others.

 

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No copy and no problem… :lol:

 

Two Solutions -

EZ 1: Uninstall V2D and install any other version of Roxio you want. The drivers for the USB Device will remain and the device is usable by any software that allows USB Capture.

 

EZ 2: Set a Restore point and install any version except 2009. Should work (? :huh: ) but if not, Restore Point!

 

Let us know what you do and how it works out. Might be of use to others.

 

Well, thank you very much. That is a simple precise answer that I believe I can follow through on. I really don't want to

explore another companies software since it took me so long to understand Roxio's. Wish me luck.....I'll report back! :)

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