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Old Jul 29, 2004, 04:23 PM
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too complicated I just do 1:1 copies on the fly
errr newb here wat does 1:1 mean?? . . . . on the fly is copyin without simulating 1st right?
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Old Jul 30, 2004, 02:55 AM
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nope, 1:1 means one on one copy i.e. an exact copy of the original. DVD Decrypter works the easiest.

On the Fly means without first making an image of the source on HD. But this would need one DVD drive to read and a DVD drive to write, these would need to be on differen IDE channels for best preformance and if you would like to do a 1:1 at higer speeds, you would need a decent system to get this done as it costs a lot of resources of your machine.
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Old Jul 30, 2004, 11:13 AM
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Many computers are not fast enough to do on the fly & Nero said not to use it anyway.
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Old Jul 30, 2004, 06:41 PM
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nope, 1:1 means one on one copy i.e. an exact copy of the original. DVD Decrypter works the easiest.

On the Fly means without first making an image of the source on HD. But this would need one DVD drive to read and a DVD drive to write, these would need to be on differen IDE channels for best preformance and if you would like to do a 1:1 at higer speeds, you would need a decent system to get this done as it costs a lot of resources of your machine.
i have a ps2 without a mod chip and i tried to copy a ps2 game onto a dvd+r yeterday with dvd decrypter and it didnt work then i did it on another dvd+r using on the fly recording with the software that came with my dvd rewriter drive and it didnt work either. . . . . i got my ps2 (pal uk) last march so its that version
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Old Jul 30, 2004, 11:27 PM
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let me ask you a question...gunman...You don't have a modchip...but do you have a way of booting cd-r/dvd-r??...like...fliptop/slideCard/no-solder chip....If ya don't, then that's why you can't boot your backup...if you DO have a way of booting backups, then it must be your burning program....

please give out more infos so we can help you....
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Old Jul 31, 2004, 05:27 AM
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ON THE FLY means that u have two readers and one read from another while on writes it, is pretty bad idea and most program said is not reccomended, unless you;'re in a hurry dont bother. just use record now max.
 

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