1 Click DVD

  conrail 09:18 02 May 2007

using xp home, 120 Gb HD, 1028 RAM, 1 Click DVD with the latest version of DVD43,
My 4 year old grandaughter is rough with dvd films so I use 1 click to copy the films when she comes then I keep the originals safe,
today when trying to copy her latest cartoon I get the message that the disc is protected and I should use dvd43, I always have this program on, I have downloaded the latest version but still get the error, never had the error before, any ideas greatly accepted

  MAJ 09:27 02 May 2007

It's probable that the DVD contains copy-protection that DVD43 doesn't recognise. Are you having the same problem with any DVDs that you backed up successfully previously?

  conrail 09:32 02 May 2007

thanks MAJ but no, this is the first one, I have just copied another one she wanted to watch with no problem so it looks like it is just the one that wont copy, both are by the same company

  Gizmo2005 09:42 02 May 2007

Try this click here this is the program I use and makes perfect copies and removes all encryption e.t.c + it’s free for 30 days so you can give it a try before buying it!

  ArrGee 09:52 02 May 2007

DVDShrink may be the solution. I have used this to backup discs that would otherwise be ruined by my scoundrel nephews. Completely free to use.

click here

  conrail 09:58 02 May 2007

thanks guys, I will download and try both programs

  conrail 22:11 16 May 2007

thanks again, I a using DVDFab Platinum as recomended by Gizmo2005

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