Copying TIVO Burnt DVD?

Discussion in 'DVD TiVo Units (Archive)' started by Weapon X, May 11, 2008.

  1. Weapon X

    Weapon X New Member

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    I have a DRT800 and it works fine but I ran into a small issue.
    I can't seem to make a copy of the DVDs I burn from it?
    I wanted to make a copy of a DVD I made of a cooking show for my sister but it seems that the only thing that copies is the menu, the actual show does not copy.
    Any advice ????
     
  2. Alessan

    Alessan New Member

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    I have never had any problems coping them. I use Roxio MyDVD and it will read the disc and I can even edit them. Almost sounds like your DVD on the PC will not read either that brand of disc or something.
     
  3. TiVoEvan74

    TiVoEvan74 Active Member

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    BUMP!

    I'm wondering about this, too. I burned a DVD of an exercise show (Body Electric). I'd like to make a backup DVD copy of it.

    I'm able to copy it to my Mac and even run it there via DVD Player. I then reburned it to another DVD. Alas, it doesn't work in the Tivo DVD unit which is where I would want to play it.

    Any ideas?
     
  4. paulparkinson

    paulparkinson New Member

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    I had that problem with nero. but found if I rip it to the hard drive than burn it.to disk I have no problems
     
  5. TiVoEvan74

    TiVoEvan74 Active Member

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    Hmm... I wonder what you did that differs from what I did!

    As a non-techie, I'm unsure what "rip it to the hard drive" means! :)
     
  6. badgirl123

    badgirl123 New Member

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    I hadn't met that Q. It's really difficult/
     
  7. TiVoEvan74

    TiVoEvan74 Active Member

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    ???
     
  8. cdeckert219

    cdeckert219 technogeek

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    They're spammers getting their post count up high enough to include links.
     
  9. TiVoEvan74

    TiVoEvan74 Active Member

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    That's bad! No way the moderators can monitor and purge them?
     

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