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OS 10.5 - Disc utility input/ouput error


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I'm using 10.5.6 and cannot duplicate any of my IDVD derived discs. Have tried numerous times. Have checked on several forums and get the impression this is a common problem but simply can't find the solution...anyone any clue before I throw my MACBOOK at the bloke in the local Apple shop.......Thanks
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