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Old Jul 20, 2002, 11:17 AM
bigscotsman bigscotsman is offline
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Question Help Required Re Large Files

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Can anyone help me i have a copy a dvd film on a verb disc when i try to transfer the vob files to my hard drive they start off ok and then show a humungus amount of time remaining ie 2930087 minutes which would take many days to transfer i assume this has been done to stop me copying the disc which is a bit steep considering they copied it in the first place.
so can anyone tell me how to beat this protection ?
Iwould be very gratefull
Old Jul 20, 2002, 11:34 AM
stuart_methven stuart_methven is offline
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try using smart ripper to put the files onto hard drive, also i have had the same time message but it does copy over after a while if you leave it alon
Old Jul 20, 2002, 11:40 AM
bigscotsman bigscotsman is offline
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Cheers Stuart ive just put it back in to try it again .
does smart ripper alter the files in any way or is it like clone ?

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