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My friend has recently made a dvd ,with all of my friends and overall it is not that bad of a dvd but we want to make copies of it to sell it he used his dads dell to make it but he can no longer borrow his dads pc but my 15 inch power book has a superdrive how would i copy this dvd?
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If this is a home made DVD, you should be able to just use disk copy or Toast's DVD Copy. Basicallyl any DVD Copying program should work.

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