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Q: Does anyone know a company in Shanghai that transfers dvd to a hard drive?

4 years 31 weeks ago in  Web & Technology - Shanghai

 
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copy a DVD?

In China?

Are you asking for help to do something illegal?

 

for shame Sir! 

 

does the 'copy' function on your laptop not work?

 

 

 

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copy a DVD?

In China?

Are you asking for help to do something illegal?

 

for shame Sir! 

 

does the 'copy' function on your laptop not work?

 

 

 

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Sony. They sell DVD readers.

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Another troll account. That is like the easiest thing to do. 

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I'm not far from Shanghai. I'll do it for 2,000 yuan. As long as it's not anything weird. My guess is that it's weird.

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Are you Chinese?

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You need to be careful.  If you are caught arriving in a western country with thousands of pirated movies on an HD you will be done for copyright.

 

I am fairly sure in most western countries you are allowed to rip DVDs for your own use, but you need to have the actual DVD to prove you have paid the relevant fee to the copyright holders.

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Dude buy external DVD Player and copy it using computer by urself.

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