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  1. Hi

    im from belgium; so excuse me for my bad english.

    Many years ago i burn all my VHS cassetes to a dvd player;
    So it burned it to the DVD

    So i thought its written on the DVD

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    I Didt finalized them so now i have the problem; all my dvd seems empty when i open them with my computer.
    Yet is see on the DVD that hes been written.

    So i must finalize them normally with the origanal standalone dvd recorder. BUT i dont have him anymore.

    how can i make al my dvd s that i have burned make visalble again to watch them.

    Is there a program to do this?

    please help me;;all i have burned are videos from my childrens yought.

    THANKS IN ADVANCE BOYS
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    Isobuster can read them, even unfinalized.


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    To clarify, the paid version of IsoBuster will usually allow you to copy the contents of your DVDs as typical DVD files and folders on your computer without a lot of effort.

    It is often possible to copy the video from DVDs to a computer as TAO files with the free version of IsoBuster but it will require more effort to turn those into something playable.
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    DVDRecovery (free edition) only allows 1GB of data to be recovered. A regular DVD-R can have up to about 4.2 GB of data. To recover all of it, the paid version is necessary.
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