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Old Feb 05, 2003, 05:54 AM
whizzersmith whizzersmith is offline
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Question Strange problem with prassi (help please)

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Please can anyone help ?, I updated the version of prassi which i am using to back up dvd images to my hard drive but when it backs up a dvd it creates 3 file instead of 1, so uninstalled and went back to old version but now older version is doing the same thing, cant remember if there was anything that i needed to change in the options to get it to create just 1 image file ?
Old Feb 05, 2003, 07:54 AM
MaX_NormaL MaX_NormaL is offline
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The new versions just do that m8, it makes no difference. When loading the .gi gile when burning back to DVDR browse to the smaller one and burn as normal.

This did my head in for a bit till I found out.

It's due to the PxEngine update.
Old Feb 05, 2003, 08:22 AM
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thanks m8, cheers for the info

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