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Having probelms burning DVDs w/ ICopy DVD2

Discussion in 'DVDR' started by maeday, Sep 28, 2007.

  1. maeday

    maeday Member

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    I recently bought a new laptop and getting used to the settings of Windows Vista. I purchased ICopy DVD2 and have been having error after error pop up.

    After finally getting the program to run I had to download a program since the disc was encrypted. I think it was called DVD43??

    Now I can only get as far as inserting in the blank disc (the 2nd step). I keep getting a screen that says: ERROR; please check log file.

    For starters, what is a log file? I have tried searching for what it is or where I can find it, but I'm not having much luck. Am I doing something wrong? Did I miss a step? Maybe my computer/blank discs are not compatible?

    Any help would be appreciated
     
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    binkie7 Moderator Staff Member

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    Hi maeday
    I'm not sure how compatible dvd43 is w/ Vista. It hasn't been updated in awhile. I'd uninstall it and rip w/ DVDFab HD Decrypter instead.
    Here's a link to some guides - check out the one for DVDFab, Shrink and ImgBurn - all are free programs - link.

    What blank discs are you using? Good ones to use are Taiyo Yuden, Verbatim or made in Japan Sony, Fuji or Maxell.
     
  3. maeday

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    I know its not the dvd 43 because it can actually read the disc if it wasnt the program says that its copy protected and wont work. Im using sony dvd+R discs.
     
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    binkie7 Moderator Staff Member

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    Sony are usually good discs.
    Try doing a windows search for 1copy log file to see if you can find the log.

    If not try the other programs but uninstall DVD43 - it's not the most problem free app and can conflict w/ other rippers.
    ImgBurn will give you a log file that you can post. You just open ImgBurn press 'L' on the keyboard and by default Imgburn will create a log every time you use it.
     

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