Old 16-09-2007   #1
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64 Bit Decrypter?

Looking for DVD43?

Try AnyDVD for free instead. Faster, more up to date than DVD 43.

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Does anyone know if there is a Decrypter that works with 64 bit Vista please? I have been using DVD43, which is brilliant, but I have now upgraded my computer and am using Windows Vista 64 bit. If anyone know of similar decrpter, that would be great.
Also, any other information about copying movie dvds on a 64 bit system would be much appreciated.
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Re: 64 Bit Decrypter?

HI,

Thanks for reply. I have looked at VM Ware and Xen. Seems awfully complicated. IS the an easier way to copy dvd movies with a 64 bit system?
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Re: 64 Bit Decrypter?

Most 32 bit applications work fine in Vista 64 appart from those that need to install a driver that is not digitally signed.

I personally have used AnyDVD, Shrink, xMpeg and a few other utilities under Vista 64 without problems but none of these use unsigned drivers (AnyDVD uses a driver but it is signed for Vista64)
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Re: 64 Bit Decrypter?

Many thanks Qwakrz,
I'll take a look at AnyDVD and try it out.
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[QUOTE=Ray A;1885256]Looking for DVD 43?

Try AnyDVD for free instead. Faster, more up to date than DVD 43.

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AnyDVD is not free NOR does it work as a decryptor with 1Click
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Re: 64 Bit Decrypter?

You could also look at DVDFAB Passkey and it is free for the time being. Passkey is a Windows-based driver that works on-the-fly to unprotect encrypted movie DVDs and Blu-ray discs. For DVD, it removes all DVD copy protections, like CSS, CPPM, RC, RCE, APS, UOPs, ARccOS, RipGuard, FluxDVD, CORE X2, etc. For Blu-ray, it removes all known AACS and BD+ copy protections, Region Code, BD-Live and UOPs. It allows you to watch any region DVD on your region specific DVD drive and player software. It allows you to watch Blu-ray disc without HDCP-compliant graphics card and without HDCP-compliant display. It also allows you to use any software to access unencrypted DVD and Blu-ray disc content.
It works on Windows 7/Vista/XP/2000 (32-bit/64-bit).
Best of all, it's FREE during BETA stage.
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