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This is a comercial DVD like movies or events?Yes,than it have copyright protected codes inside it programing.Just check unprotected,will do nothing.Most of these DVD discs must run through a computer programing for decoding,before u can made a duplication.
The "iTunes" files are indeed protected. You'll have to convert the music to another format first. You can burn them to CD and then rip them back to your PC or you can get conversion software, you could try here first:
To Unprotect go to MENU down on the lower left when ur looking at screen press menu while u have one of the protected pics up. Go to Protect folder-select-ok-hit W at top-ok
it is now unprotected and u can delete from here!
It would depend on your Operating System. If you are using Windows 98 you'll need the drivers from your CD or from Apacer's website. The CD also has tools to perform various functions which might include protecting and unprotecting your flash disk.