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Discussion in 'Copy DVD to DVDR' started by tye1beast, Mar 22, 2005.

  1. tye1beast

    tye1beast Member

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    can any one help me i had a older version of anydvd on my computer which i cracked with a keygen.

    when i down load the latest version off the slysoft web site i remove the old version install the new one and its says its expired could anyone help me with this.

    i have removed all traces of the files before i install the new version even done it though regedit still have no joy


    any help would be great
     
  2. malcdogg

    malcdogg Regular member

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    You could always buy it. ;)
     
  3. bilbo65

    bilbo65 Regular member

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    If you are reluctant to purchase AnyDVD, then perhaps you should consider using DVD Decrypter (freeware program).
     
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  4. budberner

    budberner Guest

    not good to talk about cracks and keygen here. just buy it
     
  5. slew0408

    slew0408 Guest

    you should save yourself the hassle and just purchase the software, instead of trying to steal it, just putting my two cents in the convo.
     
  6. elizerroj

    elizerroj Regular member

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    one stupid question about cracks and keygens concerning dvdxcopy products; if the company that made these products is out of business and IT IS OUT OF BUSINESS, why do so many forums wouldn't allow posts about cracks and keygens? It is not as if the company is going to complain.; there is not company. so what is the problem? let us ride..... i'm just asking.

    ccccccuuuu
     
  7. ScubaBud

    ScubaBud Regular member

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    If you were hungry and purchased a can of Spam, then someone said hey, here is a free steak instead, which would you eat?

    Spam=DVDxCopy
    Steak=DVD Shrink, DVD Decrypter both freeware!
    Filet Minion=AnyDVD & Nero Ultra
     
  8. elizerroj

    elizerroj Regular member

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    steak= madcow desease
    spam=not madcow desease
    madcow desease= not such a good quality
     
  9. ScubaBud

    ScubaBud Regular member

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    elizerroj

    Are you suggesting that AnyDVD and Nero Ultra are not as good as DVDxCopy or Platinum? How long have you been using Platinum to make such as statement, and have you tried any other software other then DVDxCopy or Platinum to justify it?

    Just curious.
     
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  10. bilbo65

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  11. ScubaBud

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    bilbo65, thanks for that time saver.
    I like your analogy, may I use it sometime?


    Now this is interesting:
    That’s funny to say 4 years when Platinum came out in September of 2003, so what’ that, 1 1/2 years.

    Let’s try it again shall we:

    DVDxCopy=Spam=Still eatable but not pleasurable and you’ll never ever get an entree again.
    DVD Shrink&DVD Decrypter=Steak=Pleasurable with at least unlimited Decrypter entrees.
    AnyDVD&Nero Ultra=Filet Minion=Very Pleasurable with unlimited entrees.

    But the best part about these is there is [bold]No Bull Involved[/bold] such as [bold]4 years of use[/bold] for example in the quote above!
     
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  12. elizerroj

    elizerroj Regular member

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    hey scuba four years using platinum; i have shrink, decrypter, dvd cloner2,1clickdvd,and nero. once again and maybe just my opinion, DVDXCOPY PLATINUM SEEMS TO BE BETTER THAN ALL OF THEM IN QUALITY AND STABILITY.
     
  13. elizerroj

    elizerroj Regular member

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    OK I'M WRONG ABOUT HOW LONG I HAVA HAD DVDXCOPY MAYBE 2OR3 YEARS CAN'T REMEMBER.
     
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  14. bilbo65

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    ScubaBud,

    If you find anything I mutter useful, feel free to appropriate it as you wish. (OMG - that sounded like a line from "Never Ending Story.....)
     
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  15. elizerroj

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    sorry ment to say dvdxcopy the original i have both and yes i'm saying that dvdxcopy plat is better than dvdd and shrink, specially in stability. stability= copies not water marks, not jump, work on any dvd, just perfect copies everytime, at least my experince so far i have use shrink and dvdd and i can't say the same abuot them. a few little problems here and there, go check shrink forums, i'm sure u know where, and see the complaints of which i have had some. let's have it clear; dvdd and shrink very good programs specially handling new protection. platinum better program with one problem, can't handle new protections but only because hasn't been updated for company is out of business. But whenever dvdxcopy is able to handle a protection, it is the best. with and without my eye glasses.

    just my opinion, what do i know anyway. i can only see what see and experince what i have.


    cccc uuuu
     
  16. ScubaBud

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    DVDxCopy platinum came out in September of 2003. The oldest version that was released was DVDxCopy ver 1.0.0 and that came out in late 2002. And just for a bit more information, even burners to burn DVD-R media 1X are less then 4 years old.

    elizerroj, want a shovel now?
     
  17. ScubaBud

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    Let me just say that there is nothing wrong with having an opinion, or stating that opinion here. I only wish that we back up what we say so that anyone else reading our post can put faith in what we say. Actually, DVDxCopy Platinum was a very good program, and I still have it, but I don’t use it any longer since there is no need for it. Newer, better, more up to date programs are out there for us. That’s my point to all this.
     
  18. elizerroj

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    pointless to continue. let me just end it by saying what in other words i already said. scubabud= expert
    elizerroj=newbe.
    ps; dvdxcopy sep 2003 ah. u r wrong

    ccccc uuu 4 good.
    hey scuba, respect bro.
    good luck
     
  19. elizerroj

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    forgot something. i'll continue using the great dvdxcopy programs but when they can't handle the new protection, i'll use the VERRY GOOD dvdd and shrink.

    ccccc uuuuu
     
  20. bilbo65

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    If you run AnyDVD in the background, then your DVDXCOPY should be useful to you for a long time.
     
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