Theoretically, you could remove the entire VHS mechanism and insert a DVD player, but the cost would probably be prohibitive. I bought a refurbished LCD tv with a built-in DVD player for under $100, and I'm sure that the conversion you are talking about would be far more than that.
First and foremost, piracy should be banned anywhere. Not only are they destroying the business in show business, they are also destroying the economy by not paying proper taxes. Being pirated, it is a guarantee that a copy of a pirated dvd video is not good. People should not buy pirated products.
depends on the BIOS and the Hardirves. Some older IDE drives have a switch or a jumper on them that u can select Master or Slave. Some computer you can change this in the BIOS. Master being the controller and slave being the controlled
An average CD can hold 700 MB of data.
all you need to do is put toothpaste on it leave it for 5 minutes thn wash it off and your finished
Not necessarily. You can have a CD/DVD reading drive that does not write.
because your hair is dry and bubblegum is is sticky
No. One Nintendo 64 cartridge is about the size of a DS.
No, You can only pause Zune movies. I wish they made it so you can pause regular movies but you cant
Well, you need to burn downloaded videos to DVD. All you need is DVD burning software. I myself use one called Aimersoft DVD Creator (perfectly compatible with AVI), highly recommended. How to? Well, firstly, you need to download Aimersoft DVD Creator and launch it. Secondly, import your downloaded movies to the software. Thirdly, edit movies, organize your slideshow. (Optional). And then, click Burn tab to start your burning. It takes one or two hours. It's pretty simple. Good luck. Download at: http://www.dvd-creator.org/dvd-creator/
no it was in no way able to play dvds which is part of the reason its competition tookover it started out against ps1 n64 so dvds didn't really matter then the ps2 came out and was the cheapest dvd player around and it played games
You can format only if it was previously formatted on UDF. This feature comes included in Windows 7 Ultimate. Then you can format, delete and record new files. Only a DVD-RW can be fully erased without any restrictions.(UDF format doesn't work on XP)
That depends on a lot of things though?
I say that it cost between $6.99-$19.99 in US Dollars.
i dont know thats why i asked
Wet a clean towel with water and a tiny bit of soap, rub in a circular motion. If that does not work, try using a bit of glass cleaner.
I have tried both of those and they don't work but u should just take it to game stop or playntrade.
A closed low pressure center. If you were to stand at the "L", the pressure would be higher in every direction you look. These commonly occur at the surface, less commonly aloft.
No, If you do your computer will not read it. Same thing if you put a disk for a computer in the Wii.
yes they can in the computer history
How can you remove scratches from discs?
The best way to remove scratches from discs such as video games, DVD'S, CD'S is to use a product called Brasso. Brasso is very cheap to buy and works very well. Most of the time it removes the scratch straight away. But if it doesn't go straight away do it a few more times until the scratch finally disappears.
Below is the method how you use it:
RW stands for ReWritable. With a CD-R you can't put anything on it more than once. You add songs to it once and that's it. It is how it is, you can't do anything else with it. You can reuse a CD-RW. Say I had a song on there, but it messed up. I can either find it in my computer and delete the song and then put the right one on it. Or i can add the right one along with the wrong one.
I am sorry, you can't. It is not possible. There is a way if you have an image of the drive that had windows 98 on it but it would have had to come off the computer you are transfering the image to. The PID is what windows needs to correctly runn on another hard drive.