Thanks for the big tip, pollushon! I never thought of acctually buying it before! It all makes sense to me now! Oh, and what’s this DVD Shrink that you speak of? I’ve never heard of such a program before. I will be sure to check it out right away! I’m glad the world has you around to give such sound advice!
And thank you, zamboniguy, for your inspiring insight! Like pollushon, you too are a great asset to the world!
Ouch. Hate me all you want guys. I’m just a poor college student trying to squeeze every penny.
Every time I use a great program I refer it to many people who have a use for it. Who knows, maybe they’ll be the ones to acctually buy it. Is that not supporting the developers? (That was a rhetorical question guys, please do not attempt to post a reply to it) I would invite them all to my house for hearty dinner of mac & cheese, but somehow I doubt they would come.
It never ceases to amaze me how many people have the sudden urge to blurt out their opinion, even if it’s not asked for. If you are willing to help me, then help me. Otherwise move the **** on.
And please, do not turn this thread in to a flame war. Lets just keep this plain and simple, folks. All I wanted to do was ask if anyone knew how CloneDVD2 was able to recognize that it has been previously installed, and what I could do to bypass it.
Now, if there’s anyone out there who is still willing to help me after reading all that, I thank you in advance. (And will certainly still thank you later by sending you a lovely mac & cheese dinner–I can afford to spare one packet) However, I doubt anyone will help me now since they’ve probably decided that I’m an ass and a cheapskate. I guess, though, it is a possibility that no one here knows the answer.