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Prince of Persia backup

Discussion in 'DVD Shrink forum' started by fish007, Sep 14, 2010.

  1. fish007

    fish007 Member

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    I'm not sure if I have a bad press of this movie or if anyone else if having this problem. Anydvd just keeps saying it is analayzing the disc (over 10 minutes). Dvdfab says there is a problem with my drive. New drive, lots of backups done already, no problems. I've registered both of these programs. Any help would be appreciated.
     
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    do you have latest update Anydvd 6.6.8.3
     
  3. fish007

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    Yes, I do.
     
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    Mine worked perfect. Version 6.6.8.3
     
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    ANYDVD 6.6.8.8 is Out Today.
     
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    Hi, I have AnyDvd 6.7.1.0, running with DVD shrink,DVD Decrypter and burning with Nero.
    AnyDvd scans ok, go to DVD Shrink, click re-author and get:per-oa-af1.1_d, click on that and up pops :- Audio_TS file folder and Video_TS file folder. Please help, other dvd`s work great but how do I burn this to disk,I don`t have a clue what I may be doing wrong. Thank you in advance.
     
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    spam reported
     
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    If You're "running" ANYDVD Just Use the Ripper that is Packaged With ANYDVD, then Use Shrink and Burn Withy Imgburn.
     
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    Hi Berryone,
    thank you for your reply. I will down load ImgBurn and give it a go. I am not that good with computers, so can you tell me if there is a point by point tutorial for ImgBurn ?
     
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    Hey I'm having problems with this movie too. I just got a brand new copy of it that plays fine with my PS3/WMP. But when I try to use a program like DVD Shrink I get "data error cyclic redundancy check" when trying to open then disc. Then when I try to use DVD decrypter it just gets stuck at the start. Also interestingly enough when I open the disc in my computer to view files on it it says the VIDEO_TS folder is 65.4gb...

    Is this some kind of protection put on discs as it has happened to me before with something.. Also a friend of mine doing computer science suggested that the way the disc is written could be that it's in a loop or something so windows reads it as being 65bg when I try and look in the VIDEO_TS folder?

    Anyone have any suggestions on why this actually happens, what it is and how to copy a movie like this?
     
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    I tried to burn this movie recently too, but after DVD Shrink opens the disc, it says it is a bit over 38GB which is obviously too big to burn to another disc. So frustrating.

    Also, cyclic redundancy check usually means the disc is damaged (scratches, smudges etc)
     

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