DVDxcopy has a driver that is installed into Windows Device Manager.
The name of it is Pattin Couffin. It provides an interface directly to the DVD writer. However it slows down your system and conflicts with everything else.
Few set-top DVD players can muddle through the skips and jumps on always-badly-written DVDxcopy output.
I recommend that you uninstall DVDxcopy and replace it with two pieces of free software. DVDShrink and DVDdecryptor. Both are point-n-shoot automatic.
Start with Shrink, Open disc (at top), click reauthor, click-n-drag main movie from right to left, Backup (at top), send as ISO to DVDdecrptor, OK, 15 min (auto resize), Decryptor pops up, put in blank, choose speed, click the large HD>Disc icon in the lower left area, 6 to 15 min, and you're done.
Be sure to use the verify feature with CMC or cheap media. If it (DVDdecryptor when used for writing) is not ordered (checkbox) to remove the ISO file after burning, you can make a second copy; but you should find and delete this very large *.iso file after you're done with it.