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Can we simply copy-paste the contents of DVD on computer hard disk ... ????

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Asked by Manoj M, 10 Sep '12 03:56 pm
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Yes you can, if its a Video or MP3 files, but if its Cbr files then you have to need Linux operating system to copy that content
Answered by Psycho, 10 Sep '12 03:59 pm

 
  
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There can be several different reasons why you would want to rip DVD to computer. You might want to put the DVD data into the computer first, and then transfer it to your Apple iPod or MP3 player for personal entertainment. You may prefer not to use or handle the individual DVDs, every time you want to watch a movie. The files in the DVDs may be those which can add up to your music collection, and so you want to transfer the data from the discs to your hard drive, specially made for your collections.
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Answered by Bank Nifty, 11 Sep '12 05:18 pm

 
  
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Depend on system
Answered by harpreet, 10 Sep '12 04:00 pm

 
  
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