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copy DVD to hardisk it take a lot oftime

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why it take a lot of time to copy DVD to hardisk i use nero to copy disk to disk but when it copy to hardisk it take a lot of time about 40 minute for 4GB DVD rom speed is about 1200 kb /s
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Copying the entire contents of a DVD, that sounds about right.  DVDs transfer data much slower than harddrives or other types of media.  If you're ripping an encoded DVD, it's going to take even longer than just copying raw data burned to one.
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Sounds about right.  I get 25-35 minutes with nothing else running.  That's imaging straight to an ISO file with a fairly fast SATA HDD (50-60MB/sec) and an internal SATA DVD drive.
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