DVD backup of early demos recorded. in .mp3

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#1

Hello.
I am very frustrated with a bunch of DVDs i burned, with music files
to store in my new computer.

Do anyone know what to do to get them inside my PC?

I have tried all possible kinds of rippers and such that i could find for free.

Thanks.

Ruben.


#2

[QUOTE=vaskemaskin;2112262]Hello.
I am very frustrated with a bunch of DVDs i burned, with music files
to store in my new computer.

Do anyone know what to do to get them inside my PC?

I have tried all possible kinds of rippers and such that i could find for free.

Thanks.

Ruben.[/QUOTE]Welcome to CDF’s:

Can you not just copy and paste them to a folder you made? I take it you want them on your hard drive?


#3

That does’nt work. And it takes awful long time to load the DVD too.


#4

Is the disc damaged or something? Files corrupt?


#5

i dont think so.
cause, i have four more discs that works the same way.


#6

hmmmm you should be able to copy and paste them or drag and drop them.

Takes awhile to load cause there are so many i suppose?

Maybe someone else has an idea or a question or two.


#7

it says in the properties box that they’re write-protected.


#8

Hmmm thats odd ,did you use a particular program to “back them up” or did you simply just burn a data dvd that contained mps’? As Bob stated if you just burned a data disc that was mp3’s then you wouldnt need to “rip” anything just simply right click the drive and click explore then drag and drop them to your desired location.You prob used a special feature in one of the burning programs that create some special format or disc type unknowingly.When you do that make sure you just create a data disc and throw mp3s on there ,nothing fancy .


#9

nothing fancy. just burned it out as an data-dvd. the files are still .mp3.


#10

but it needs to be said. i burned these files with a free burning program found on download.com.


#11

Check the attributes/properties on the mp3’s and make sure you have full access permission to them ,maybe something happened and the attributes are set to read only ,or admin only or some wacky thing,other than that I have no idea,never heard of anything like this


#12

And the free app would be…?


#13

i dont remember what program it was. but it was recommended at least.


#14

Download IMGburn or CdburnerXP and try it with that

http://www.cdburnerxp.se/home


#15

Have you tried opening them with the computer that wrote them?


#16

Thanks for the advice :slight_smile:


#17

That computer is sold


#18

It do not work with any of those two apps.


#19

All CD-ROM, CD-R, DVD-R, DVD+r and DVD-ROM are write protected / read only…


#20

Give us more info

operating system used on comp to create dvd.
application used
current operating system

what exactly happens when you try to copy the files…