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DVD Shrink 3 beta 5 - Programming Error..

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  1. pk0912

    pk0912 Member

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    Hello. Am trying to back up the matrix, and during encoding after doing deep analysis i'm getting an error over and over at about 45% saying

    Dvd shrink encountered an error and cannot continue.The error is:
    Programming error - exception occured
    The reason is: unknown.

    Would really appreciate the help, am noob to this and can't find anythink else in the forums.

    Thanks!

    Edit: is it because i am using the fat 32 file system and not ntfs?

    Edit2: occurs exactly at 2,005 mb. drive has 20 odd gb free...

    thanks again.
     
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  2. campoli39

    campoli39 Member

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    You are using the beta version, beta version are versions which are still in the testing phase. Maybe you should try going back to
    www.dvdshrink.org and downloading the
    dvd shrink 2.3 it's an older version but it might not have that problem.
     
  3. herbsman

    herbsman Moderator Staff Member

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    Fat32 has a problem with more than 4Gb so I would suggest sorting out NTFS if I were you...

    Plus Matrix has hidden easter eggs : )

    Try using DVD Decrypter (it's free) for rip process instead of DVD Shrink straight off.

     
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  4. pk0912

    pk0912 Member

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    Ok thanks. shall try both those things!
     
  5. #afonic

    #afonic Regular member

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    Have you tried DVD Shrink 2.3?
    The 3 version has a "beta 5" thing after it, don't complain about errors!
     
  6. herbsman

    herbsman Moderator Staff Member

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    That was helpful #afonic

    DVD Shrink 2.3 has already been mentioned/suggested & yes we all know it's a beta version...everyone still has the right to moan n groan about it's shortcomings - it was released & not just in the hands of beta testers.
    Please be helpful if you can ! ;-)

    I use DVD2One myself as I used long before Shrink came about & it is still better... IMHO

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    I give you all these seed bearing plants & 'erbs to use...[/small]
     
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  7. pk0912

    pk0912 Member

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    ripping with dvd decrypt worked fine! interestingly when watchin the finished dvd with powerdvd on my pc, i got errors when a new chapter started. went back to win dvd platinum and works fine...
     
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    ripping with dvd decrypt worked fine! interestingly when watchin the finished dvd with powerdvd on my pc, i got errors when a new chapter started. went back to win dvd platinum and works fine...
     
  9. Oriphus

    Oriphus Senior member

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    Go to microsoft and search for Fat32 to NTFS conversion and it will tell you how to convert from the crappy FAT32 to NTFS. I dont think you can do this on Win98 and earlier though.
     
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    i have xp and partition magic, guess between the two of em i should be able to do it...
     
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    Oriphus Senior member

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    I would guess - there is a detailed description of how to do it on the Microsoft website, but it really is a patch work rather than a clean format. But...there is nothing you can do about it i suppose. Next time you buy a hard drive format it as NTFS for easiness :-D
     

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