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BACKING UP SHARK TALES

Discussion in 'DVDR' started by Mrbobward, Feb 12, 2005.

  1. Mrbobward

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    Hey guys i am having trouble backing up shark tales... I tried using DVD shrink and it says "DVD Shrink encountereed an error and cannot continue.
    Copy protection error.
    Data error (cyclic redundancy check)." Then i tried to use DVD decrypter and it says Device Authentication Failed!
    Device:[1:0:0] 16x8 DVD DUAL A05a (D:) (ATA)
    Reason: Failed to get Varient.
    key 1: FD FD FD FD FD" What should i do i don't know waht to do.
     
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    it says the same thing in clone DVD
    and im not sure if i used anydvd right
     
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    Give it a go with the the latest version of AnyDVD
     
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    ok i used anydvd right .... lol and i think it is working..... but i will let you know if it finishes...
     
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    i just tried them seperate and thats what it gave me.. I will try it your way after alone dvd2 and anydvd are done... bc franly i trust shrink dvd more bc it shrinks the dvd size to a size taht fits on a DVD-r/+r
     
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    Use Decrypter to make a file folder (not an ISO), then open the file folder in dvd shrink. Thats how I did it.
     
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    I've also backed up this movie using AnyDVD in the background along with DVD Shrink.
     
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    ok guys i used ANY DVD + clone dvd 2 and it worked..
    Thanks guys...
     
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    Question Mrbobward...

    Did you like CloneDVD2 better then DVD Shrink?
     
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    I think that cloneDVD2 is good but i feel safier with DVD shrink bc it has teh capabilty to compress the movie so it can fit on a single DVD +/- R. Bc lets say im using clonedvd2 and the movie is larger then 4.7gb and i want to leave the extra adios and what ever then im not sure if clonedvd2 will be able to compress it to fit to the 4.7gb dvd +/- R. If Clonedvd2 is capable of that then i think i might go with Clonedvd2 bc it is a program you pay for therefore there will be constant updates to counteract the latest encrpytion. But overall i think that clonedvd2 is a solid well put together program and is worth the money.
     
  13. psdmc

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    I have just backup shark tales using dvd decrypter & dvd shrink and had no problems, may I suggest re loading dvd shrink?
    hope this is of some use.
     
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    I have a question about clonedvd2 ..... can it compress the movies so it can fit on a dvd +/- r?
     
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    Yes it can.. Question answered :)
     
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