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need help! i can't copy the star wars episodes 1&2

Discussion in 'DVD Shrink forum' started by victor78, Jan 14, 2005.

  1. victor78

    victor78 Member

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    I can't copy star wars episodes 1&2. everytime i try it only goes up 8or 10 percent, and then it freezes. can some body tell how to burn these movies.
     
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    What programs are using to rip and burn?
    also what media are you going to use.
     
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    I use shrink dvd to create an iso file. then automatic it goes to the dvd dycrypter and burns it to a dvd. and the problem is in the shrink, it freezes when it's getting info to make the iso file.
     
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    Is the disc's you are trying to copy in good condition, no scratches or marks. Try using DVD Decrypter to rip, sometimes this is better than Srink.
    I guess you have all background programs off so nothing is conlicting or using the CPU.
     
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    sorry, i was gone so i couldn't respond to your reply. but i have tried dvd dycrypter, and still nothing. that's why i came to this forum to see if anybody had copied them and if so, how was it done.
     
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    bardie Regular member

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    Use AnyDVD in the background whilst ripping with Shrink, that should do it.
     
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    how do i get that program anydvd?
     
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    You can download AnyDVD from this site, just go to 'software' and you will see it there under 'DVD Tools'.
     
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    AnyDvd has a 21 day free trial period and then you'll need to purchase it for $39 (I think) and I highly recommend it, awsome proggy, well worth the money.
     
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    flip218 Moderator Staff Member

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    What do you mean nothing? Did you get any error messages when you tried ripping w/ DVD Decrypter?

    I ripped all the Star Wars (Episodes 1 & 2 and the dvd release of Episodes 4, 5 & 6) movies with the previous version of DVD Decrypter 3.5.1.0

    And have run them all through Shrink. Can you also post your system specs? And, are these the only movies your having problems with?
     
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    I am having a problem copying Star Wars episode 4 also. I am using a :
    - Dell 8400 2.4 GHz Pentium 4 machine
    - 256 meg RAM
    - Sony Dual layer DVD burner

    The software I am using is DVD Shrink version 3.5.2.0 and I also have Slyfox AnyDVD trial version. The error message is a cyclic redundancy error that occurs when DVD Shrink attempts to read the Star Wars movie. I have done this with numerous other movies without a problem. Any suggestions?
     

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