I recently purchased a LG model GMA-4020B DVD burner. Every DVD I have tried to record from says that it is copyrighted, and cannot be ripped or copied. All of the DVD media I am attempting to record from and record to are scratchless and work fine in any other DVD player. The two media types I have used to attempt to burn to are DVD-R and DVD-RW. Is there something I have done wrong in setting it up? My source drive is a LG model DRD-8160B DVD-ROM drive. I also downloaded B's Gold 5.32 and I still cannot record DVD’s. PLLLLLEEEEASE help me here. I have tried everything I could possibly think of to fix this. My jumpers are set to where the DRD-8160B is the master and the GMA-4020B is the slave. I also downloaded Gold 5.32 and I still cannot record DVD’s. Is there something wrong in how I have it set up or are these DVD’s simply unable to be copied because of copyright issues?
This question was answered on September 9, 2003. Much of the information contained herein may have changed since posting.There nothin worng with you triving to copy a dvd with copoyright issues. the dvd player you bought is just not compatible with your OS or you can just reinstall your dvd drivers.
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Posted by Student of Katharine Gibbs School - New York on September 9, 2003