Discussion in 'DVD Shrink forum' started by zachaqsw, Mar 23, 2007.
please help me iso buster isnt read ing lord of the rings fellowish disc 1
Ever wonder what an isobuster question is doing in a DVD Shrink forum?
What were you wanting to do to LOTR with ISObuster? What are you using for decryption software?
i now what iso buster is ...do you now how to get dvd to read iso buster
Guess you didn't check to see what the ISObuster site had to say about it.
Like I asked, what decryption software are you using? Try using DVD Region + CSS free from DVDIdle or AnyDVD from Slysoft. Both have trials so you don't need to buy anything till you try it out.
on iso buster 2.0 i only have like an e and f thing but on sevensen tutorial he had a d thing that read the dvd how do i get the i guess d drive on there with dvdidle
On the official ISObuster website they have a good tutorial on how to use the software and all kinds of FAQs. http://www.cd-dvd-recovery.net/
i m not learning any thing about isobuster reading dvd
does any one have a stright answer for my question
From the statement I posted by ISObuster they are saying the program WILL NOT read encrypted and protected DVDs. Factory DVDs like LOTR have encryption and copy protection. If you can manage to use a program to remove the anti copy protection then ISObuster may work. I even suggested the program. It's up to you to read the guide on how to push the individual buttons. They even tell you how to do that in the tutorial I listed.
First read the tutorial and learn how to use ISObuster on an unprotected DVD.
Second get a driver type decryption program like I listed above.
Third, turn on the decryption software and use ISObuster to read your files from LOTR.
it still not reading i got region and css and its still not reading i think i need to have d drive under supported dvd drives
Whatever your optical drive designation is on your PC is the one you use. For instance my D drive is a hard drive and I have 2 optical drives, F and G. Either of those can be used to read from a program such as ISObuster. So select your drive (whatever the designation) to use with the program.
All this trouble, I think I'd replace the DVD with a new one. Obviously you don't know a lot about computers or the software. You have to have instruction and learn to use the software and hardware. You can't expect to just ask a couple of questions and get the job done with little or no experience.
how do i get region protection off e drive
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