Thanks for your reply.
Weird thing happened yesterday ... when I was scanning my ripped ISO file with DVDShrink I could hear the sound just fine. But when I was playing back the darn burned DVD of the same ISO file I could not hear the Audio on my Desktop DVD players ... both my Samsung and BenQ. BUT, when I took this dvd home to see if I can hear the audio in my home dvd player ... long and behold the darn AUDIO played back A-OK.
The reason I was so darn surprised when I could not hear the Audio on my computer dvd players ... it is because there was ONLY 1 AUDIO option available ... period ... so, I only used DVDShrink to back up my dvd and get rid of the Intor's and crap.
By the way, I routinely back up my Foreign dvds ... and strip all the crap and keep only the movie and OF COURSE the MENU ... since that is the ONLY way that you will be to activate your "SUBTITLES". And I have no problems with those. Now, when using DVDShrink or whatever program you use you have to be careful when Choosing one of your Audio Choices ... the First Audio usually is your MAIN and correct Audio ... the other ones or the one at the bottom is usually the "Commentary" one.