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How do i copy a movie file in M2P format from a CD to my PC

I want to copy a a movie file that is in M2P format on to my computer. I am using windows vista, i tried to copy paste, drag it to my desktop and even use media player to rip it, but nothing worked. would appreciate some help.

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  • Sebastian Spudik May 11, 2010

    Hi,



    from which source do you want to copy that file?

    Is it stored on a Harddisc, flash or another medium?



    Copy and paste or drag and drop should always work, no matter which file format it is (even if windows can not deal with it).



    May be the medium is copy protected or in a another safe mode?!?



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