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DVD DECRYPTER??

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  1. whyme

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    Hi I used the program DVD Decrypter. It allowed me to copy my dvd onto my harddrive w/o a problem. Now I want to burn it to a dvd but I can't find the .dvd extension file. I am using a SONY DRU-500A The decrypter software supposed to allow me to burn it from harddrive to the dvd. On the Afterdawn site it tells me that I need ASPI from ahead nero. What would this allow me to do? How can I get it? Thanks
     
  2. Biosgain

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    you have to install nero to get the ASPI layer you need
     
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    I have nero installed unless i need to reinstall it. now when i install it do i have to do anything? the dycrypter is what is going to burn it i don't understand what nero is gonna do? i have ahead nero express.
     
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    What is the exact program from Nero that I need to DL? Thanks alot and any other info I might need Thanks
     
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    dRD I hate titles Staff Member

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    In order to burn files with DVD Decrypter, you need to rip the movie in ISO format. Look at our DVD-5 to DVD-R guide from our article page:

    http://www.afterdawn.com/articles/
     
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    I have read the guides but I don't understand that DVD Decrypter gives options to burn a dvd so why won't it burn it? It burns it to my harddrive but thats about it. I read that I need ASPI but how do I get it? Why would NERO give it if I am burning using dvd decrypter software? Can you explain how ASPI works? How can I get it to work for me thanks
     
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    Read the guide again and again. DVD Decrypter can only burn ripped DVD images, not if the DVD has been ripped in File or IFO mode.
     
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    I am sorry but It still doesn't explain my question. I decrypted it and was able to burn it to the hard drive. I can't find the file with the .dvd extension at the end. Also I need to get an ASPI and I would like to know exactly how to get one. I heard about nero does that mean I need to dl the nero dvd burning software and once I dl it then I can burn me dvd from my harddrive to a dvd in the nero program? Thanks alot
     
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    Ok I just dl ahead nero and also the aheadnerovision express. Now what do I need to look for to get the ASPI file? thanks. If just by dl these 2 programs does it mean I have ASPI? If so should I redecrypt my dvd onto the HD again? Thanks
     
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    *sigh*...

    That's because you haven't ripped the DVD correctly, according to the DVD-5 to DVD-R guide. Before you rip the file, you need to select the image mode -- this will rip the movie into one huge .dvd file and wont have anything else. Then you burn the .dvd file with image to DVD-R feature in DVD Decrypter. Read the guide. Again.
     
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    Just downloaded decrypter and copydvdpro. put in iso read; file size showing up is the size of the actual dvd, not the file(s) on it; during decrypt at last 10% get error that sectors are unreachable.
     
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    I used the dvd decrypter and was able to burn a dvd successfully to my hd now when I go to burn it to a dvd i get an I/O error Device: { SONY DVD RW DRU-500A 1.0e (F:) ScsiStatus: 0x02 Interpretation: Check Condition CDB: 53 00 00 00 00 00 3E D5 CC 00 Interpretation: Reserve Track Sense Area: 70 00 05 00 00 00 00 12 00 00 00 00 2400 Interpretation: Invalid field in CDB This is the error I got and I don't understand what is wrong
     
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    What media are you using?

    I had a few Monarch DVDs which produced a similar error.
    Bulkpaq's all seemed to work ok though.
     
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    I am using DVD-R for general Hypermedia for data 4.7GB
     
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    I don't think its the media what else could it be?
     
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    wELL i found out that it was the media that I was using b/c they are layered and the 4.7g media that I use won't fit t but what programs are out there that will allow me to burn it w/o a problem? Nero gives me trouble. Any other ideas. Thanks
     
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    whyme
    i think your best bet would be to use this guide
    http://www.geocities.com/seamonkeyguides/dvdindex.html
    this is without a doubt the easiest guide to follow, download all required software and follow the steps, did everything right and had a backup in no time
    also make sure you are using a ntfs operating system
     
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    What is NTFS? I am using XP.
     
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    NTSC is a TV format. NTFS is a hard-drive formatting type that NT/2k/XP can use and that allows files over 4GB.
     

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