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Discussion in 'DVDR' started by davvymac, Mar 16, 2005.

  1. davvymac

    davvymac Member

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    hi hoping for some help.
    i get copied movies on dvd of a friend i have managed to reproduce most using nero however lately some dvd,s cannot be recognised by nero and i cant copy it to my hard drive please help
     
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    Try DVD Decrypter.
     
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    cheers squizzle just tryin it now it is currently copying with nero but there were some failed messages i.e. file system parsing failed
    then it mentions iso read mode???????????????
     
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    ISO is an image file that would already be on your hard drive (a movie you ripped). Never heard of a system parsing failure. Just did a search, apparantly it's what breaks your ISO image apart into DVD files. Try Decrypter, it's not as picky as Nero with stuff like that.
     
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    cheers the dvd worked even with read errors on the burn sorry to be a pain but do you know any reliable ways of getting good quality movies off the net i am sick of lining other peoples pockets to buy dvds
     
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    cheers the dvd worked even with read errors on the burn sorry to be a pain but do you know any reliable ways of getting good quality movies off the net i am sick of lining other peoples pockets to buy dvds
     

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