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FAB DVD

Discussion in 'DVD Shrink forum' started by smorton, Jul 10, 2007.

  1. smorton

    smorton Guest

    I have been using Fab DVD for some time now and I really like it.

    Today, I tried to copy a Total Training DVD which I own. The Fab DVD acted like I had not put in a source DVD. I had.

    I have Windows XP. I have Sonic and Nero.

    I get a message my DLA will allow me to read the DVD, but I can't add to it, or something like that. I can't figure out if Fab DVD is using Sonic or Nero. I have heard Sonic isn't very good and Nero is good.

    I sure would like to back up this DVD.

    Any ideas.

    Thanks

    smorton
     
  2. smorton

    smorton Guest

    Wow, is there anyone out there? Or was this to dump of a question. It has something to do with Sonic DLA.

    Need help.

    Thanks
     
  3. 300bowler

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    Have you tried DVD decrypter: ISO/Read to rip to your HDD then ISO/Write to burn to dvd?
     
  4. smorton

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    I have tried DVD Shrink. I don't have that program you mentioned. These are very big DVDs.

    I will try to down load what you suggested.

    Thanks. This has been trying.

    S Morton
     
  5. 300bowler

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    oh, sorry about that i was assuming that they were SL disks, you can still try decrypter and rip to your HDD then try using shrink.
     
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  6. smorton

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    300bowler:

    You are a genious. It worked. Can't thank you enough.

    S morton
     
  7. 300bowler

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    no problem,
    glad you got it working.
     

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