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Windows 7: HOW to burn a whole tv series(.avi) on a DVD

16 May 2010   #11

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Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Saop Mactravish View Post
thank you all for your reply's and responds. but i have just found out that our DVD player also has a USB port. I have simply copied the content on the USB and inserted it into the USB port. It works perfectly.

AGAIN thank you for your reply's
Sound point So you dont need it to burn

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