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Problem backing up Disney DVD with Shrink

Discussion in 'DVD Shrink forum' started by tobatim, Sep 17, 2006.

  1. tobatim

    tobatim Guest

    I've been encountering errors trying to back up Disney DVD's. Shrink will open the disk but when I try to back it up I get the disk is encrypted or my I/O drive errors...any help? I have the trial of AnyDVD but I don't know how to use it....If you want you can email me direct at grouetteplace@yahoo.ca

    Thanks
    Tim
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  3. gurnard

    gurnard Regular member

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    hi :)
    once you have anydvd installed it runs automaticly in the background
    if you are using nero as your burn engine post your failed log
    can be found here

    Nero 6 history log location: Program Files>Ahead>Nero>NeroHistory.txt

    Nero 7 history log location: Program Files>Nero>Nero 7>Core>NeroHistory.txt

    and remove your e'mail address it's against forum rules
  4. dialysis1

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    RipIt4Me (Freeware) does ALL Disney movies.
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    tobatim,

    Snce you have anydvd intalled, why don't you try using the ripper that comes with it...just

    Right click on the redfox in the tray and choose the Rip Video-DVD to HDD choose your source and then your output folder, also check the box to remove any blank or unreferenced cells. Once the video files have been ripped to your HDD just process them thru Shrink (choose open files and go to the VIDEO_TS folder) then burn as you normally would.
  6. gurnard

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    hi johnl123 :)

    didn't know anydvd had that, will give it a try myself
  7. johnl123

    johnl123 Regular member

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    @gurnard,

    The combination of clonedvd2 and anydvd usually does the trick for me so I sometimes forget it's even there, but it seems to work well for those problem DVDs.

    cheers
    john.
    Last edited: Sep 17, 2006
  8. tobatim

    tobatim Guest

    Thanks...I tried using the ripper from anyDVD and it came up with a read error but I had it continue (ripping to my HDD)but after 2 hours it only had 49.7 mb ripped...so I aborted. Then I tried it again without deleted empty cells and the same result.

    When I used DVDshrink...It did the initial analysis but would not back up to my HDD.

    I've got Roxio7 as a burner (got it for free)
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    tobatim,
    I suspect you may have a bad disk (looks like there maybe an issue with reading it), if possible return it and exchange it for another then retry the process.
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    I just backed up 2 disney movies this weekend, (including the new one "the wild")...

    Ran them through DVDfab, then DVDShrink and had no problems.
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    Tobatim, are you sure you have the latest version of Anydvd ?

    I ran into similar problems a couple of months back but as soon as I got the latest Anydvd, it worked perfect.

  12. YtseBitsy

    YtseBitsy Guest

    DVD43
    Shrink
    Done.

    so far the only one i could not back up was "The Search For Christopher Robin"

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