I noticed that the older Toshiba dvd rom in my laptop does a better job than the newer NEC 2500A dvd burner in my home computer at ripping scratched disks. I have two of my disks that I could rip with the Toshiba which wouldn't rip with the NEC. I use DVD decrypter to rip. Sometimes it slows way down when it encounters a scratch. Sometimes it stops and won't go any further. I don't really want to skip errors, as I think this will pass over data and leave blank or choppy spots on the video. Is there better ripping software for scratched originals than DVD decrypter?