Hi everyone Last evening, I backed up a old movie (TOPGUN) from a scratchy DVD. I used anydvd and first tried with CLONEDVD. Because of the scratch, I had to switch to DVDdecrypter (with Anydvd on). After several unreadable sectors read from the fourth and last VOB file, the movie was finally on my hard drive. Four vob files and one ifo file were in the video_ts folder. When I tried to play the movie with powerdvd I only got a error message. To solve this, I removed the ifo file and created a new set of ifo files, and some others that I don't remember the extension, with IFOEDIT v0.971. Once the files created I tried to play the movie again with powerdvd. Everything was A-OK. The movie played as it should be. I burned the movie on a DVD+R using CLONEDVD. As proud as a peacock, I put the DVD in my stand alone dvdplayer and pushed play. Bang, Crash and burn (remember, I backing up TOPGUN). The movie started for a fraction of a second and stop. I tried playing the burned dvd on my pc and it also start for a fraction of a second and stop (not feeze, just stop). The copy still on my hard drive still works fine. Does anybody have any idea what is going wrong between the hardrive and the DVD media that could cause such a thing?