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    Can anyone tell me how to get my dvd writer to copy properly, when i back up my retail dvd's they all play back with slight jumps in motion. I have tried everything under the sun to rectify this problem including changing media from datawrite to ritek. I have been told using an old IDE cable maybe the problem (which i am usiing) and buying a 80 wire UDMA IDE cable solves DVD writing issues for many people. Can anyone comment on this please?
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    What burning software and what discs are you using?
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    (Original post by jediknight007)
    What burning software and what discs are you using?
    DVD X-Copy4.0.3.8 and datawrite red (V3) 4x DVD-R, Ritek printable4x -R
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    i find that memorex dvd-r are the best blank media for playing in regular dvd players. i used to use hi-space ones but found that they often skip
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    (Original post by Quiksilver)
    i find that memorex dvd-r are the best blank media for playing in regular dvd players. i used to use hi-space ones but found that they often skip
    The media is'nt the problem though as they still have the problem when played on pc or 2 different players
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    instead of letting DVDXCOPY write the data to disc - make a disc yourself using nero or similar (the data can be found in a temp file created by DVDXCOPY)
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    (Original post by Quiksilver)
    instead of letting DVDXCOPY write the data to disc - make a disc yourself using nero or similar (the data can be found in a temp file created by DVDXCOPY)
    Just found that one i backed up today does actually play perfect on my pc, but still jumps in places when played on jvc dvd player. Would copying it with dvd x-copy and writing with nero solve this too , du think?
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    (Original post by Starsky)
    Just found that one i backed up today does actually play perfect on my pc, but still jumps in places when played on jvc dvd player. Would copying it with dvd x-copy and writing with nero solve this too , du think?
    cheers
    i always use dvdxcopy to rip the dvd, then write it using nero - it seems to be far more stable. also, try different media as some dvd players have trouble reading particular brands of blank media :cool:
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    (Original post by Quiksilver)
    i always use dvdxcopy to rip the dvd, then write it using nero - it seems to be far more stable. also, try different media as some dvd players have trouble reading particular brands of blank media :cool:
    Is there any particular web sites which can tell you which brands are more universal than others?
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    (Original post by Starsky)
    Is there any particular web sites which can tell you which brands are more universal than others?
    i found this site - it tells you which media is most compatible with your burner
 
 
 
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