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gulshan2007
gulshan2007 • Dec 19, 2007

My Question - How does CD / Dual Layer DVD copy work?

Hi.....
I have a question for CE'ans. When u want to copy some disc to disc but u have one dvd writer just insert the 1st disc and add its content with nero, it takes no time and then insert yhe 2nd disc and with the same nero u can write it. My question is if the first disc is copy then where, and if it becomes a temp file then when i write a dual layer dvd(8gb) How it writes?bye....
crook
crook • Dec 19, 2007
Re: My Question

gulshan2007
Hi.....
I have a question for CE'ans. When u want to copy some disc to disc but u have one dvd writer just insert the 1st disc and add its content with nero, it takes no time and then insert yhe 2nd disc and with the same nero u can write it. My question is if the first disc is copy then where, and if it becomes a temp file then when i write a dual layer dvd(8gb) How it writes?bye....
I think that the CD or DVD writing software makes a temporary image as a .iso file which is written on the destination CD/DVD. I have not used NERO so cannot talk about the location.
Prasad Ajinkya
Prasad Ajinkya • Dec 20, 2007
Re: My Question

I think Nero makes this temp. image as an .nri file and it puts the same in your temp folder. Can confirm, Gutsy Gibbon here 😀

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