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  1. #1
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    Default Blue Ray .iso

    Hi everybody,

    I use to copy my DVD's in .iso to store them on HDD.

    Why can I not do the same with my blue ray's ?
    Did I forget something ?

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    Wink You can do that

    CloneDVD is not sold as a blu-ray product and cannot "see" that content.

    If you want ISOs of your blu-rays on the hard drive then right click the AnyDVD tray icon and use the "rip to image" option.
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    Thanks a lot; I'll try soon.

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    How do i make .Iso File on Blue Ray systems?

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    Use the built in anydvd image ripper.
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    Along the same lines, it would appear that my both of my laptops have the Matshita <sp?> BD Drives and there is no firmware upgrade that will allow me to rip or copy.

    Can someone recommend an external BD drive that will work?

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    Quote Originally Posted by gamerscircle View Post
    Along the same lines, it would appear that my both of my laptops have the Matshita <sp?> BD Drives and there is no firmware upgrade that will allow me to rip or copy.

    Can someone recommend an external BD drive that will work?
    LG's are pretty good, but I would still check out the CD/DVD/BD Drives Forum and post your question there.
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    LG all the way here. 0 issues with them. There's a reason i use 3 of em in my PC
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    Default Copy A Bule Ray DIsk???

    Not the most computer savey....can I copy a BlueRay disk with "Clone DVD" just like other non-BR DVD's...How do I make a copy to keep. Please give step-by-step....be specific...and most of all...speak english...Thanks

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    No you can't CloneDVD is for DVD's only, Slysoft are bringing out their own Blu-ray software in the near future called SLYCE

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