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DVD Shrink encountered error - Access is denied

Discussion in 'DVD Shrink forum' started by schenckb, Dec 22, 2011.

  1. schenckb

    schenckb Member

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    Hi all,

    I have been using DVD Shrink for years. My normal process is DVDFab (Decrypter), followed by VOBBlanker, then DVD Shrink and finally IMGBurn.

    Ever since I upgraded to Windows 7, I've noticed that DVD Shrink is flaky. More often than not, I am UNABLE to backup my files to ISO format. At some seemingly random point during the backup, Shrink complains that "Access is denied" to the ISO file I am backing up.

    I have plenty of disk space and I am logged in as administrator (the only account on the machine).

    I can't find any information on log files to begin to debug this thing, but I need help. I have tried to reinstall and everything, to no avail.

    Anyone able to help?

    Thanks!
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  3. attar

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    Running Windows 7.
    I use the portable version and set properties > compatibility > as XP sp3 and check the box for run as administrator.
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    Darn... no dice...

    What's funny is this seems intermittent - that is, I don't think its copy-protection related. Sometimes it works for a specific title, other times it won't (same title).
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    DVD Decryter is outdated, use DVDfab. I'm using Shrink on Win7 64 and haven't had any problems without compatibility mode. That said, some virus scanners block access to folders/files and some settings of the OS can prevent that as well. Create your own dir on the root level c:\ or d:\ and output ISO to it to see if it makes a difference.

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