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What is the benefit of the Xerox duplicator?

The Xerox Duplicators offer the exclusive "Drag and Drop" application which sets it apart from other standalone duplicators.

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What is the "Drag and Drop" feature?

This feature allows the user to "Drag" ISO image file(s) and "Drop" them directly onto the duplicator's internal hard drive from a PC. This feature eliminates the need to first create 1 or more master discs by burning a physical CD or DVD through the PC's writer drive and then loading the newly created disc(s) to the hard drive through the duplicator's reader drive.

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I do not have a computer, can I still use the Xerox Duplicator?

Yes. The Xerox Duplicators are fully standalone with a simple one touch process to duplicate optical discs. No computer or computer knowledge is required AT ALL. However, without a PC, the user will not be able to utilize the "Drag and Drop" feature.

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Can I use the Xerox Duplicator as an external hard drive?

Yes. Xerox Duplicators can be used as an external hard drive using the "Drag & Drop" function to store many types of files onto the unit's built-in Hard Drive.

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Can I copy retail movies or rental movies with the Xerox Duplicator?

If the disc you wish to duplicate is copy protected, they cannot be duplicated.

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Will the Xerox Duplicator copy Blu-ray discs?

The answer depends on the drives installed in the Xerox Duplicator purchased. If the drives in the unit are combo CD/DVD only, then the answer is no. If the unit has Blu-ray drives installed, then the answer is yes. You can find out which drives are installed in the unit through the Utility function on the duplicator's controller.

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I have a Mac computer, can I use the Xerox duplicator's "Drag & Drop" function?

No. Unfortunately, Mac computers are not supported at this time.

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