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Old 04-23-2004, 10:39 PM   #1 (permalink)
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i have a sony computer with a dvd-rw drive. i use dvd dercypter to decrypt the dvd and burn it. the problem is this software splits the info on the dvd by 4 gigs. now i have 2 images of the dvd. i try to burn the first image and it works, then i try to burn the other image but it doesn't work. need help!

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I think this should be in the Operating Systems and Software forum
are you trying to burn both the images onto the one disk?
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im trying to burn it on 2 dvds but it won't let me burn the second image. i have tried downloading many software that r free and they got the same problem.
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is it in ISO?
WinRAR can read ISO files, so if WinRAR cannot extract any/all files from it the image is corrupt
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