I've tried to view related posts on this and other forums to help solve my problem but my situation is a bit different from others... With DVD Shrink 3.2 I've tried to back-up the disks of a television series-- released in 2006-- but each disk strangely gives me the exact same result. First, the video preview shows that it completes the initial 'Analyzing' process correctly reviewing the entire contents of the disk. Then, when beginning the back-up phase, the video preview image is blank (completely black) through 4% of the deep analysis and the decryption status of the disk reads 'not encrypted'. Then, the video preview shows the title menu running through its sequence several times, by 8% the warning message comes up 'Data error: cyclic redundancy check' and DVD shrink will not continue. I noticed on several sources online people were suggesting that the disk was probably dirty or scratched. But this same scenario happens with ALL the disks of this same TV series and none of them are dirty or scratched. Still, I tried cleaning one of the disks and trying again and this time DVD shrink stopped it right away and said "DVD shrink cannot continue: copy protection error". It 'remembers' each disk I've already put in and received the 'CRC' message with and the 2nd time the disk is tried it catches the disk right away, spitting out a 'COPY PROTECTION ERROR'. I never had this situation occur before and I can shrink/back-up other disks easily. I was wondering if, because this series was released so recently, and DVD shrink probably hasn't been updated recently, if the disks just had a more sophisticated copy protection/encrytion than DVD shrink could handle. Or am i over-looking something I can do to alter the settings and bypass the problem? Any suggestions?