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How Do I Back Up My Dvd's


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#1 Dyrbooker

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Posted 11 July 2006 - 07:00 AM

I like to back up my DVD's and have been using DVD copy x platinum (which, the only thing I can get to work in the program is the simple copy and I spent 60 bucks for it) I also have DVD shrink, DVD decrypter, and DVD fab decrypter. Anymore a lot of DVD's can't be backed up (I think that maybe its because they are 2 layers but I'm not sure). Anyway is there a new program out there that will help, or could someone give me instructions on how I can back up those DVD's with new encryption technology?

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Posted 11 July 2006 - 08:35 AM

Hi Dyrbooker
The latest vesion of DVDFD does them all.
I have not run across a single new release that it could not handle yet.
DVDD is abandoned and can only do the older ones.
What is the exact problem you're having when trying to back them up?
If you can view the originals then it's not likely a dual layer issue.

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Posted 30 July 2006 - 08:48 PM

Thanks for your help
I've been waiting to to ge the exact error message. It is (Error occurred reading sectors!Data 1/0). I'm not sure what DVDFD, and can I get it free. Also I may be sounding a little stupid here so excuss me, but I also don't know what DVDD is or what you mean by, If you can view the originals then it's not likely a dual layer issue. Dual layers DVDs don't play on DVD players? Because I'm not having a problem playing my originals on my DVD player? As you can see I'm learning and I hope you can help me.

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Posted 31 July 2006 - 12:09 AM

HitSquad is right, I also use DVD Fab, and have no problems. You list DVD Fab as one of you programs, if this is your own you should be able to get the latest updates for it, if not you can download a free trial of the latest version here.

DVDD is another decryption program...DVD Decrypter.

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Posted 31 July 2006 - 07:55 PM

Hummmmm thats funny because I have both programs DVD Fab and DVD Decriptor and when DVD copyX platmium won't work I try those the DVD Fab will rip the movie but then I can't get the file that it makes onto my back up DVD. Maybe I just don't know what I'm doing. Could you tell me.




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