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Dvd conversion I have recorded a dvd from a vhs casette. and I want to convert the dvd such that I can be able to play it on the computer using a data projector. Please advise the step to follow. Email : Tsita@ul.ac.za

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Hello;

If you have recorded DVD from VHS, then you can transfer your recorded dvd to the computer by connecting the dvd recorder to the computer and copy the files on it to the computer.

But i need more information about your problem so that i can give you more solution.

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