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24 Nov 2010  

Windows 7 Ultimate x86

AVI ??? AVI is a container format and not suitable for DVDs
That it doesn't make any sense (to me) to convert a DVD to an AVI then to an ISO to burn a new DVD
A Tip at first:
Next time you make an ISO, play it with VLC first to see if it has sound/picture OK before you waste another blanc
As for your troubled Disc..the way I would go about that is this
First I try to rip the disc with DVDShrink directly to ISO which then gets burned on a blanc.

If that rip fails I use DVDFab (it's a trial) to rip the parts I want to Harddrive first and use then DVDShrink on that directory (it's faster that way compared to have DVDFab create the ISO)

Or you could as well use DVD Rebuilder Free. Read HERE How that goes exactly

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