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How do you use DVD43? is it like DVD decrypter?

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#1
I've been told by your members that I need this software(DVD43). So I downloaded it, installed it -but I don't know how to use it?. Could someone enlighten me?
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#2
DVD43 removes CSS protection & deals with region codes too. It is an app that runs in the background. The little smiley face turns green when it likes your dvd. Decrypter as far as I am aware is a burn engine. I have never used it before, but I use DVD43.

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#3
Thanks for the advice. So Its best to let it just sit there in the background and keep smiling?
I've used DVD Decrypter before its very good
#4
Thanks for the advice. So Its best to let it just sit there in the background and keep smiling?
I've used DVD Decrypter before its very good
#5
Yes!!

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#6
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I've been using DVD Decrypter for a while. It works fine for me. And it's still free.
#7
I tried to copy a TV show DVD that has encryption using ICopyDVDs2 and DVD43. The face was green, but it just copied a brief icon and wasted my disc.

I tried decrypter but couldn't get that to work. Apparently, I have to download even another program (DVD Shrink), and it's just too complicated and confusing of a process for me. That's why I paid for ICopyDVDs2.

Is anyone else having these problems with DVD43 not removing the copy protection? It may just be with new releases? Are there any other programs that will work better with ICopyDVDs2? Otherwise, I just wasted $50 bucks.
#8
dvd43 didnt work for me either,dvdshrink works very good,it is free!! I use it with Nero 6
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