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the sopranos

Discussion in 'DVDR' started by lobotwo, Feb 19, 2007.

  1. lobotwo

    lobotwo Member

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    i try to copy the sopranos the complete frist season collector'sedition,using dvdfad decrypter 3.0.8.0 and dvd shrink 3.2 but it did not work. do i need a new sofware or im i doing something wrong please help.
     
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    There isn't any hard protection on that dvd those programs should have worked, what was the error in dvd shrink?

    U can try and run the folder u ripped with DVDFab thru VobBlanker or FixVTS before using shrink and that should help shrink out.

    VobBlanker

    FixVTS

    Guide for DVDFab+VobBlanker+dvdShrink+ImgBurn
     
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    thank you for your reply. I try ripit4me with dvd decrypter,it was up to95%when it stop and retry for-about 25times and could not finch.
     
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    It sounds as though either the disk has a defect or your reader can't read the disk at that point for whatever reason. It doesn't take much of a defect to stop a rip. Did DVDFab and DVD Shrink also stop their rips at the same point?

    Examine the disk for scratches, etc. Use a soft cloth and some eyeglass cleaner. Wipe from the center to the outer edge. Don't wipe in a circle.

    Try using ISOBuster and see if it can strip the files from the disk.
    http://www.isobuster.com

    Try using a drive in another computer.
     

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