Question about Televison & Video
The answer is yes, but the solution may be illegal. if your disk doesn't contain copyrighted material? And you already have this in your computer it is easy, just reburn the DVD at 1X speed. A lot of DVD's today are burned at a 4x speed as a base speed. Any DVD player that was bought before a certain date can only play DVD's that were burned at 1 x speed. Also there are DVD's players that might not be able to play Dual layers DVDs. So the best solution to your problem is to buy a new DVD player for around 30 - 100. Some of the cheap players can solve this problem for you way eaiser than figuring out how to capture and reburn your data. Especially if it is copyprotected.
Posted on Dec 12, 2008
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