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harry potter

Discussion in 'DVDR' started by revwhoop, Mar 12, 2004.

  1. revwhoop

    revwhoop Member

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    cannot for the life of me rip this dvd.I had no problem with the 2nd harry potter movie.

    It comes up with "cannot read .vob" or something like that.Is this copyright protection that good?
     
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    Could be several things.....

    Don't think it is down to protection though.

    1. Clean the disc thoroughly and retry
    2. Play the original and see if it has problems around the suspect vob point (bad dvd then)
    3. Try ripping each vob seperately, and see if it encounters problems around the suspect vob
     
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    W 17:27:09 File: VTS_01_5.VOB - Using decryption key from File: VTS_01_0.VOB

    E 17:31:04 Failed to decrypt VTS_01_5.VOB!


    those are the errors. I tried doing 1 vob at a time


     
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    i was able to rip harry potters first movie,with dvd shrink,with no problems,maybe your dvd is scratched?
     
  5. ScubaPete

    ScubaPete Senior member

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    The question is, was it a DVD to start with ?

    If it was, you've got a scratched disc !

    If not, you have a corrupted VOB. In other words, you got what you paid for.

    Pete
     
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    yes it is a dvd.real,paid for....

    I was at Staples and saw the DR.scratch cd\dvd scratch fixer.I was a bit hesitant but said what the hell and bought it.Ran the dvd thru it and dvdshrink work with no problems at all.I never saw the scratch,but all is good now.Thanks guys.
     
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    WHoooow there old paint, I was going by the thread, failure to decrypt a file, tis the most common complaint among those who download -

    I had to ask -

    BUT as it were, the tables got "turned" - I have seen Ads for Dr. Scratch, now I've learned from you, it works - certainly was good for me !

    "P"

     

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