[QUOTE=TDCorty;2246905]Hey angie, close 43 load AnyDVD let it scan Wall.e and then run DVDShrink to copy and cut a neww DVD.
I had the same issue with several DVDs and on several readers ran the above process all worked fine.
Unfortunately my ANYDVD triel has finished and the cost to buy is high so I am looking for an alternate process. I was thinking of using DVD43 and 1click, from the sounds of it I am better off with AnyDVD.
Good luck regs[/QUOTE]
1Click and DVD 43 has already been reported as being able to copy Wall-E with no problems.
So I think Angie is having other issues here. The fact that her VIDEO-TS folder from her DVDShrink attempt only has 1.44 'M’Bs is verifying that point.
I still suspect a bad disc.
[QUOTE=angie.j;2243565]hi MBK and Zippity
I’m writing from laptop so when I get to pc will try and post 1click log file for wall.e
I actually went and got a new one and would you believe that it did the same thing? I am going to ask their forum support team also about this as I think it is very strange. I had a look at the files that dvdshrink copied and the audio ts folder is empty and the video ts files have 1.44mb in it.
When I put the new wall.e in 1click again you can hear the drive ‘labour’ and try to read it and not getting anywhere. Then it takes me many many and many more goes to try and eject the disk. I also found tha when I tried to copy a different dvd, 1 click said something about making a new folder as wall.e seemed to be still there and I couldn’t copy the way I used to!!..don’t know what is going on! angie :([/QUOTE]
Can you run this second disc thru VSO Inspector to verify that it doesn’t have read errors? If VSO Inspector doesn’t report any read errors, then I think something’s not right about your 1 Click and DVD43 setup. Which is why I suggest for you to try the 21 day of AnyDVD, and use it’s ‘Rip to Harddrive’ function. Then you can use that ripped folder as your source in 1Click to compress and burn with.