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dvd shrink (invalid dvd navigation structure)

Discussion in 'DVD Shrink forum' started by ratboyz, Feb 12, 2008.

  1. ratboyz

    ratboyz Member

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    i just put a movie on my hard drive using dvd decrypter. i tried opening the file with dvd shrink (open disk image). but it wouldn't open. (invalid dvd navigation structure) can somebody please tell me what it means and how to fix it
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  2. iluvendo

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    Hi and try this

    http://forums.afterdawn.com/thread_view.cfm/622748
     
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    i'm not sure what to do. iv'e used this program for years and never had this problem
    thanks
     
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    i tried using Fixvts but it dosen't open img files
     
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    What movie was it?
    You could try and use Winrar to unpack the img file...then use FixVts...or,
    I just say forget DVD Dcrypter(once a King, but its glory is gone). Get one of the best decrypters out there, DVDFab HD Decrypter, which by the way is still free, and re-rip the movie.
     
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    Alas sad but true. But take the rest of Cypressrom's sagely advice!
     

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