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Need Help Please!!

Discussion in 'DVDR' started by woodytool, Apr 2, 2005.

  1. woodytool

    woodytool Member

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    Ok, Im useing DVD Shrink 3.2 for coping my DVD's and has worked great till now. Im trying to make a copy of Resident Evil Apocalypse. The Analysis will start out just fine up 15% then my preview screen gos black and my hard drive lite just stays on...I have let this go for 30 mins or better just to make sure I wasnt cutting the program short, and nothing. I thought about useing DVD Decrypter but was under the impression that I could only use it for Disks under like 5 gigs. any way could someone please help me with this please. here is what im useing for now on my System. OS WinXP SP1. 250 gig western dig Hdd. 1 gig DDrSdram. Sony DVD RW DRU-540A, & Samsung CD-R/RW SW248B.....NOTE there are no errors that come up system just locks .
     
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    Car.Mike Active member

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    Use the newest version Of DVDDecrypter to rip the files to HD and then use Shrink. That is one of the newer movies w/ the new encryption
     
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    hi

    yup excellant advice from car.mike!
     
  4. woodytool

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    Thanks for your help reguarding this issue. It worked out great, and with no problems.. thanks again!! you guys are just GREAT. :)
     
  5. Hallywood

    Hallywood Regular member

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    Hey Woody,
    If you install a newer version of AnyDVD, Shrink will work just fine. The only drawback is that you have to pay for AnyDVD.
    HW.
     

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