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Unexplainable problems with TROY!!!

Discussion in 'DVD Shrink forum' started by derryl, Jan 7, 2005.

  1. derryl

    derryl Member

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    I've even downloaded AnyDVD4.4 beta. I then open DVD Shrink 3.2 and insert DVD Troy. Click reauthor main movie only title #1. Receive the same error again Overlapped i/o operation is in progress.
    So these are the combos I have tried and I must stress that I have never had any problems with backups before with this computer,burner or programs DVD Shrink3.2,DVD Decrypter newest version.

    DVD Shrink and the burn with NERO(which has always worked in the past) analyses to 63% and then errors as above

    DVD Decrypter ISO read errors
    DVD Decrypter and import PSL patch from thread on LBB and RE2 and then DVD Shrink and then burn with Nero all works but skips at scene 22 I think right after the Greek retreat.
    DVD Decrypter file without PSL patch errors.
    I'm outta ideas. Could their be different versions of this movie with different encryptions. The one I have is as follows: WB studios Standard 28410 Region 1 162mins US R Canada 14A 2004 Helena Productions Ltd.
     
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    elusiv1 Regular member

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    Ive never had a problem like this and am experiencing the same thing trying to backup Troy???? Ive made over 200 backups with Dvd Shrink and have never had a problem like this??
     
  3. derryl

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    My problems were with the rented disc. I had 2 of them from the same store that skipped and paused just after the greek retreat. I went to another rental store and got the wide screen version and DVD Shrink worked like a charm on that one. Try your original disc in you DVD player to see if it works properly. I know I was pulling my hair out until I noticed the original disc problem. Good luck.
     

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