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pioneer A04 DVD ripping trouble

Discussion in 'DVDR' started by andyman32, Jul 19, 2002.

  1. andyman32

    andyman32 Member

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    Hi,please could you help me,i have just purchased a pioneer A04 and followed one of your burning guides to rip and burn >smartripper & ifoedit and split to 2 dvdrs,everything went fine but when i came to play the resulting dvdr's in my standalone pioneer dv525 player a message comes on the tv screen saying "cannot play dvd"? am i doing something wrong ,thanx in advance for any help..................
     
  2. neil_sue

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    I know this world of dvd backup is very frustrating as i have spent many a night encoding , burning etc with alot of success and alot of coasters but i have found one site very good which is http://mpucoder.kewlhair.com/derrow try this site and see how you get on with the faq's and try downloading differnet software ( i use dvdencryptor followed by ifoedit rempeg2 if crunching required then ifoedit again ) then i use the burning software supplied with my panasonic drive Good Luck !!!
     
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    ok thanks for your help ,i'll see if i get anywhere :) cheers!
     
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    I AM USIN WINXP ,IS THIS OK?
     
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    yes it is ok i am using winxp pro. with an amd 1800+ , I get the odd occasion with xp and an illegal operation but that you have to live with ( yes i have run update ). some people say running 98se is the better operating system but give xp a little time for the update packs to come out and we will all be loving it. or you could have a dual operating system if your hard drive is big enough! Good Luck
     

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