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how to copy dvds

Discussion in 'DVDR' started by andycambs, Mar 8, 2004.

  1. andycambs

    andycambs Guest

    every time i try to copy a dvd i get a message come up saying list index out of bounds 0 i am using a pioneer 106 programme instant copy the dvd i want to copy is only4.23gb would really be great ful if somebody can help thanx andy
     
  2. Morph416

    Morph416 Active member

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    Sounds like Nero.


    As these fine folks pointed out to me, use DVD Shrink to burn the files for you, it uses Nero.
     
  3. ScubaPete

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  4. andycambs

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    hi all the dvd is 1 that has been ripped. but trying to do backup of it ican get on to instant copy but it wont get any further than preparing to read i am using good quality discs ritek this problem started yesterday and now seems to happen on all movies that i try to copy have tried ulead but that just says need ntfs format hard drive have nero also but still no joy
     
  5. Car.Mike

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    Try this
    Download DVDDecrypter
    Download DVDShrink
    You already have Nero
    1.Open DVDDecrypter and rip the entire movie to HD.(file Mode) It will create a folder for you on you C:
    2. Open DVDShrink and go to Open files and click on that and find the File DVDDecrypter made on the C:
    3. Click on the file and let DVDShrink analyze
    4. Now you can either do a complete backup or just do the movie. Please read the guides and print them out until you get used to doing it from memory
    5. After that click on backup. W/in Backup under preferences click burn using Nero
    6. Click O.K. and now go get a cup of coffee.
    DVDShrink will use nero to automatically burn to Blank Media. Hope this helps
    P.S. you can just use DVDShrink to decrypt w/ instead of DVDDecrypter but every now and then Shrink can not rip a movie and you then have to use DVDDecrypter. Hope this helps
     
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    I have never had a problem using DVDSHRINK and CLONEDVD to backup a DVD. I have even run two instances of DVDSHRINK at the same time since I have two DVD drives (one READ/WRITE and the other DVD READ only). I also own NERO but have found no need to use it yet. CLONEDVD is so simple to use that even my wife can use it.
     
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    You are probably hitting the 4G limit if you are still on fat32.
     
  9. ScubaPete

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    MysticE,

    Nice call, I would never have thought of that -

    Makes me wonder if there are any Newbies are PRE-fat32 ??

    "P"
     

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