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Assistance to copy a DVD image thorugh CDBXP 4.2.4

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Hello all CDBXP users and Developers,

Greetings.

I am a newbee to CDBXP forum. Need assistance on how to copy a disc.

I have home video DVD . I want to make copy of this in a new DVD.

I have used following option

1.In ACTION SELECTION> Select Copy Disc >Copy Data

>Source - I choose my DVD drive

>Target I choose Harddrive (I have only one drive)

>Choose a Path to create a ISO image

> Once that completed , I came to first screen - Action Selection >BURN ISO IMAGE

>Select same ISO image

>Burn method - Disc at Once

> Finalize disc and Use buffer protection selected.

> Then clicked BURN DISC

DISC was BURNT , but it some contents are lost . Infact 2 sub videos are lost

VERSION- 4.2.4.1272. WINDOWS XP

Question:

Does CDBXP offers disc to disc copy ?

If yes, why it does not have menu option like NERO software?

As mine some contents are lost , is there some other better method to ensure accuracy?

If no, does it available in newer release?

If no , is it planned for newer release?

Overall having an option like nero would be better.

Any reponse will be highly appreciated.

Apologies if this qs repeated very recently. I did not find in forum (may be i am poor in search :( )

Thanks,

Deb

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