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Can you guy's help me, I tried to copy a dvd disc to my Mac and it started and stopped half way through the process. when I click stop copy it does nothing, I can not power off my mac now.

I have tried to play the disc on dvd player on the mac and it works fine,when I click eject dvd it says error 47 ????

Can anyone help ????
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What kind of disc are we talking about?

Liquid and computers don't mix. It might seem simple, but we see an incredible amount of people post here about spills. Keep drinks and other liquids away from your expensive electronics!
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What kind of disc are we talking about?

It is a dvd I bought of a tv show, just thought it would be great to have it on my mac
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It is a dvd I bought of a tv show, just thought it would be great to have it on my mac
If it's a commercial DVD (and it sounds like it is), it's likely copy-protected.

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If it's a commercial DVD (and it sounds like it is), it's likely copy-protected.
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Sorry yes it was an original dvd all rite.

Just thought I might be able to save it to my laptop.

I held the power button for a 20 seconds or so till it powered down, when I rebooted the application had stopped.

Still lots to learn about the mac world (love it)

Many Thanks for your help tho.....

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