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Star Trek: Voyager

Discussion in 'Convert DVD to another format' started by zmzmzm, May 1, 2005.

  1. zmzmzm

    zmzmzm Member

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    I'm having problems copying the Voyager's second season. Everytime I copy, I get a white screen on all the episodes. I'm using CloneDVD 1.1.7.1 + DVD43 (http://www.dvd43.com/). I'm using a standard DVD5 (4.7GB single sided DVD-R).

    P.S. I have also used CloneDVD 1.1.7.1 + AnyDVD 5 with no luck.
     
  2. thugs121

    thugs121 Regular member

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    Have you tried using a newer, up-to-date version of CloneDVD2? just hoping you're not using clonedvd from http://clonedvd.net (cheap imitation).

    Also, which version of AnyDVD are you using, version 5.1.1.1?
     
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    I am using the older version of CloneDVD by Elby but the first release version 1.1.7.1 not the 2.8.2.1. I would prefer not to buy the second version again.

    Like I said, I am using the DVD43 decrypter but I have also tried the latest AnyDVD 5.1.1.1.
     
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    It's all good now. I have decided to just buy the season. :-|
     
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    In the future, you could try using the newest versions of CloneDVD2...you should not run into problems...

    Another good option, you could try Nero Recode 2...
     
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    Or you could just use DVDShrink and RecordNow which came with my Sony DVD drive. I have be using it on Voyager episodes with no problems.
     
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