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iso buster doesnt read dvd i used lotr fellowship disc 1

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  1. zachaqsw

    zachaqsw Regular member

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    please help me iso buster isnt read ing lord of the rings fellowish disc 1
     
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    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?
     
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    i now what iso buster is ...do you now how to get dvd to read iso buster
     
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    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.
     
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    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
     
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    i m not learning any thing about isobuster reading dvd
     
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    does any one have a stright answer for my question
     
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    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.
     
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    what tutorials
     
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    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
     
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    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.
     
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    how do i get region protection off e drive
     

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