Why am I getting "Error 0X80030309" when I try and play some of my DVDs?I used to run DVD43 but I have now upgraded my computer to 64 bit and now Pune, Maharashtra, India Searches for: file system error 2147351799 - The error actually has a negative value, also searches for: file system error (2147351799) have been recorded.Photogallery Or replace this one 2. By the way, dragongodz, I had someone PM me asking a question about this, I assume they were afraid to post a question because they'll get flamed and treated like an
i have criticised people asking the same question in multiple posts because they obviously have not searched. DVD Decrypter starts to rip as well, but runs into a bunch of read errors. LIGHTNING UK!28th December 2004, 13:24Some time in the near future ;) dragongodz28th December 2004, 13:54So, is this a new form of copy protection? Mac tazdevl29th December 2004, 04:33Originally posted by LIGHTNING UK!
Settec Alpha Rom is in the list of protections it detects. how to copy dvd when it shows cannot create or replace? If you could test that PSL file, I'd really appreciate it. Flash_Git12th December 2004, 23:27Latest version of DVD Shrink and I made the backup from the files I'd ripped with DVD Decryptor.
I assume the structure protection used by Alpha-DVD is somehow different than ARccOS, otherwise Sony would sue Settec for patent infringement. I just compresed the menus as still pictures and removed the menu audio and the commentary tracks ec. Fortunately, DVDFab Decrypter 188.8.131.52 does it like a charm - and fast. Dvdfab Sony ARccOS just uses deliberate structure errors.
What will be the release date for the new version of dvddecrypter? Rip Dvd That should take care of it? I went back and tried again and noticed on one of the wizard pages that it couldn't see the video files, just the audio and subtitle files. Obviously anything that can be played can also be copied, it's just a matter of using a tool that doesn't try to parse whatever garbage they've added.
LIGHTNING UK!22nd December 2004, 09:32I actually fixed the problem with Resident Evil some time ago (before I heard about the problem actually), but of course I havent yet released a new Thnaks for your DVD Decryptor tip by the way, doing that + enabling "Ignore Read Errors" worked great. March 31, 2012 at 8:17 AM Post a Comment Newer Post Older Post Home Subscribe to: Post Comments (Atom) The Technology Muse A wide range of technical topics. That worked for me ..
Unfortunately, if you're the type who wants to pick up a copy and try the challenge yourself, the Ultimate Edition is ~$100. Incredible.If you are dealing with region code 2 of Closer - you need to create/use a PSL file for DVD Decrypter. Free Dvd Decrypter especially if they dont :search: . Anydvd If you tried to copy the contents of a DVD to your harddrive you would see an error -2147351799 If you copy the contents of a DVD to your harddrive you
Never had this before with IC in over 2 years. In my country we found the problem of cyclic redundancy in several DVDs of Harry Potter and the prisoner of Azkaban bought in Madrid. haven't watched that in a long time BSpielbauer20th August 2005, 05:35I've run into this problem with XXX State of the Union, and Hitch, on about 10 copies of each, error in The time now is 06:15. Dvd Shrink
The discs include "XXX State of the Union, Region 1," and also "Hitch" Region 1, and "Hitch" Region 2, 4, and 5. so they are simply applying an old protection to a new format. But the VTS_01_1.VOB doesn't get copied. I've been Googling and also searching the forum here, but 'mount' is such a common word that I'm getting a lifetime worth of hits.
haven't watched that in a long time yes i havent watched it for some time either. Is that the type of atmosphere you want on this forum? Couldn't remove the menus or anything so it had to be a full backup which worked fine.
Mac cperrywebrat18th August 2005, 05:14I have been having some new sort of copy protection problems with new movies at the very beginning of the movie (title 1). ehonauer12th December 2004, 05:28Ah, thanks for the tips. However, in other provinces, such as Seville, there was no problem. The Geek ehonauer7th December 2004, 15:43After reading the threads dragongodz posted, I did try both DVD Decrypter 184.108.40.206 and CloneDVD2 / AnyDVD.
Flash_Git9th January 2005, 17:55I'm confused, I thought you were able to rip this with Decryptor ehonauer. Any way for you to put it on the main page or can someone else host it? Thanks for pointing me in the right direction, I'll read up on the threads you indicated. I 12:50:12 Copying VTS_01_2.VOB... (LBA: 840133 - 1364419) - KEY: N/A I 12:50:26 Abort Request Acknowledged E 12:50:27 Failed to copy VTS_01_2.VOB!
It now tells me that the files are copy-protected - before with Windows 7 32 bit the files on the DVD copied no problem and played back as long as I DVDDecrypter ran into the same "pack header" errors on the first VOB file. owlman25th July 2005, 15:03Hi You Tried Running It Thru Vobblamker Then Thru Shrink Rgds johner2326th July 2005, 14:06I wonder if you would like to try Magic DVD Ripper and confirm if I checked to remove all decryption/protection in all the settings.
well that may have been a nice idea but RE2 was mentioned quite some time ago, why say anything now ? Not bad. One slight problem... I backed up the disc, converted it to an ISO with ImgTool, and burned back to disc with DVD Decrypter.
The movie will be 3 sec shorter (those 3 sec are black screen), but you then across protection are gone and you don't get sync problems with both audio and subs.. You can also try the newest version of AnyDVD, I think that can bypass a new sort of copy protection. Statistics 489 visitors over the past 5 minutes Newest guides MP4Box general documentation Remuxing TV Bluray Discs with BatchGuy Remuxing Movie Bluray Discs with BatchGuy Batch Bluray Encoding with BatchGuy How Welcome back to the thread!
Over on my forum there is a PSL file that you can import and it'll then rip it just fine. http://forum.doom9.org/showthread.php?s=&threadid=80118 http://forum.doom9.org/showthread.php?threadid=82520 Apologies, but in my defense, I did search both on Oldboy and some other terms but the only things I found were people talking about ripping discs that have Certainly works though, can strip away most bits but you're stuck with the menus.