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Copying A Photo Show Dvd To Your Hard Drive,that Was Created With Photo Show 5, Running Windows Vista


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I had to replace my hard drive and lost my saved Photo Shows, I still have the DVD's I burned using photo Show 5, running Windows Vista Home eddition"

 

Question(1 Is there any way to get these DVD back in my Photo Show folder on my Hard Drive "?

 

Question(2 Is there any way to get these old photo show DVD's posted on my web page ??

 

Question(3 Can any of the DVD shows of the early version photo show be copyed to photo show 5 ?

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I had to replace my hard drive and lost my saved Photo Shows, I still have the DVD's I burned using photo Show 5, running Windows Vista Home eddition"

 

Question(1 Is there any way to get these DVD back in my Photo Show folder on my Hard Drive "?

 

Question(2 Is there any way to get these old photo show DVD's posted on my web page ??

 

Question(3 Can any of the DVD shows of the early version photo show be copyed to photo show 5 ?

 

No back ups of the files, huh?. Do you have a premium membership? Did you upload those PhotoShows to the PhotoShow web? If so, you can download version 6 from the members page and download those old Photo Shows from your page to your computer.

 

If not, the following might work

1) You should be able to rip the PhotoShows from the DVD to your computer as completed video files. You will not be able to edit them. You will need a ripper program.

2) If you still have the membership, download Version 6 and install it on your desktop. You May be able to upload it depending on your success with number 1.

3) I don't understand your question number 3. PhotoShow 5 IS the OLD version. Did you make them before Roxio bought out the company that marketed PhotoShow? If so, they are gone from the web site. The question seems to be redundant with number 1.

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