Debugger error in 1.2.2

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#1

Hello again,

I was hoping that the new version of dvd2one (1.2.2) wouldn’t have the ‘Debugger’ problem, but alas I am still unable to run any updated version of this software since verion 1.2.0

I’ve now ran 4 virus scanners on my system and none of them find a virus so that isn’t the problem. Does anyone have any ideas how I can resolve this problem?

RealaT


#2

No offence m8, but you don’t have any other cracked or patched software loaded on your pc do you?

I’m willing to bet that if you reformatted your drive, Dvd2One would run just fine.


#3

Well i’m not gonna say i’ve got no cracked software :bigsmile:

(in case anyone is wondering, yes i did pay for dvd2one. In fact i bought the very first version about 2 days after it was released.)

Sadly re-formatting isn’t an option because I can’t afford to have my pc unavailable for that long. It would take the best part of a day to replace all the software I have on here.

Any other ideas?


#4

Then I think you’re going to be lumbered with this problem because it isn’t dvd2one that is causing the error.

The problem is coming from another piece of protected software that will prevent any other app with this kind of protection from running.

Can you try it on another pc maybe?


#5

yeah … I got the same problem … tried 3-finger salute to find something that could be the problem.

I did solve the problem and get DVD2one v1.2.1 to open …

I rebooted in Safe Mode … I’m using WinXP Home version … just hit F8 while rebooting.

All I wanted to do is see what new features it had and what it could do … and I had to reboot to Safe Mode to find out.


#6

Nope, just the 1 PC here, that’s why I can’t afford to lose it for a day.

I don’t understand what you’re trying to say about all this protected software malarky. I read elsewhere that this Debugger message is caused by a bug in ASprotect. So I don’t think both can be correct.


#7

I don’t get it. This was suppost to be fixed in the next version but it is not!! 1.2.0 works fine but 1.2.1 and 1.2.2 give the silly debugger phony message. NO cracked sw anywhere on the computer? OzDVD what is this nonsense? This is not a dvd2one issue? Please remove the code that gives this incorrect message.


#8

Whether you think it’s nonsense or not, if you were to do a clean install of you’re OS and then try running dvd2one again…

Then post back here with your results.
I’ll bet the Farm that it won’t give you the debugger error after that.

Go ahead, Prove me wrong:bigsmile:


#9

A clean install should not be needed to run a piece of software. The suggestion that to use dvd2one now will require a clean install is a outrageous suggestion. Does Erwin suggest this brilliant idea? Even Rene said that it is a bug in asprotect but I wonder why it is still there? Anyway 1.2.0 works fine and other proggys also do like clonedvd etc.


#10

Originally posted by flip69
The suggestion that to use dvd2one now will require a clean install is a outrageous suggestion.

Only as outrageous as someone saying they have NO cracked s/w on their pc.:bigsmile:

If you did a clean install and dvd2one then worked with NO debugger error, would that not suggest to you that it is not dvd2one that is causing the problem.

As I said…Prove me wrong

Originally posted by flip69
Does Erwin suggest this brilliant idea? Even Rene said that it is a bug in asprotect

Could this possibly be because they haven’t been able to duplicate the error


#11

OzDVD Says “If you did a clean install and dvd2one then worked with NO debugger error, would that not suggest to you that it is not dvd2one that is causing the problem”. Absolutely NOT unless the message from dvd2one says “I cannot run because you have cracked software on your computer”. The debugger error message is factually and literally wrong and therefore it is a bug. Further proof that you are wrong is that if I run in safe mode dvd2one 1.2.2 will load with all the same software on the computer.


#12

Originally posted by flip69
Further proof that you are wrong is that if I run in safe mode dvd2one 1.2.2 will load with all the same software on the computer.

Actually, the fact that dvd2one works in safe mode is further proof that I am correct.
Safe mode starts windows without loading everything. This includes certain parts of some software. this is why they call it safe mode.:bigsmile:

Look, I have suggested to you that if you were to do a clean install and ran dvd2one again, you would not get the error and it would run fine.
Whether you choose to do this is entirely up to you.

But, as you haven’t done so, you cannot prove that I am wrong. You can only speculate. As you are doing

You can only truly say I am wrong when you have done as I suggested and still get the debugger error.

Until that time, I maintain what I say to be true.


#13

This is out rageous really … this clean install suggestion is way completely not on my list.

We have lives and even though I’m not working at this moment … I only do clean installs when I have no choice.

I might as well run down to Wal-Mart and buy a $500 E-Machine and have it sitt’en in the dining area … it be faster to take my left over PC Creative DVD player and install it in the E-Machine and install DVD2one … Wal-Mart would take it back after I have finished using DVD2one.

But then I would say the DVD2one program cost $500 bucks.

Is this some DVD2one ploy … naw … it is a bug … why or how can they force something like this on us. I really have not actually used this program all the way. I have only checked it out as to see what it does.

I wanted to see if it could reroute the 0x83 spanish audio to 0x80 … so I can make one DVD-R or +R … with the 007 Die Another Day movie [Disk 1]and the Maddona clips [disk 2] all on one DVD … by using DVDLAB … so far the 0x83 audio gets bumped … I guess because the other tracks are all 0x80.
An error … pops up right at the end when the ending credits are kicking in … the audio is 0x80 but Smartripper doesn’t get to finish.

I’m kind of babbling … DVD2one remove this … bug … it’s stupid. I’m skaking my head … wondering why they would allow this.

Sincerely … Mach10


#14

The original question in this thread was “Does anyone have any ideas how I can resolve this problem?”

What I have suggested is one way of resolving it…I’m not saying you have to do it…that’s up to you.

I don’t see a multitude of other suggestions flowing in:bigsmile:


#15

MACH10 Of course you are right. A clean install to fix a bug, please. Anyway cloneDVD works just fine.


#16

Originally posted by flip69
A clean install to fix a bug

Or, another way of looking at it. “A clean install to remove an existing bug”

I guess the question that most comes to mind is…
If it is a bug, wouldn’t we all be getting this error.


#17

okay

clean install done

Install DVD2one

Install next program that a person has to have.

Test DVD2one

Install next program that a person has to have.

Test DVD2one

Install next program that a person has to have.

Test DVD2one

Install next program that a person has to have.

Test DVD2one

Install next program that a person has to have.

Test DVD2one

Install next program that a person has to have.

Test DVD2one

Install next program that a person has to have.

Well … shall we get busy … going to be a long night

I drink coffee with instant coffee added in for an extra kick.

Test DVD2one

Install next program that a person has to have.

Test DVD2one

Install next program that a person has to have.

Test DVD2one

Install next program that a person has to have.

Test DVD2one

ZZZZZZZZZZZZZZ … Oooops … I fell a sleep

sincerely … Mach10


#18

Hehe…

No m8, I think you’ll find the the repetetive “Test DVD2one” part will only apply if you’re installing Warez with cracks or illegally generated serial numbers.

No need to test it after you install every “legitimate” application:bigsmile:


#19

OzDVD, why have you got it in your head that it is cracked software that causes this error when no other software on my machine is affected by this?

Also how is entering an illegal serial number going to make any difference than entering a legit serial number?


#20

Because software authors aren’t that stupid…
There is a big difference between a legitimate serial and one that you have generated through a keygen.
And I still stand by what I said…If you are getting the debugger message, you have, or have had cracked software on your pc.

Look, the bottom line here is, I’m not fussed whether you believe this or not. I don’t have to justify it. If you don’t want to take my suggestion, fine. that’s up to you.
You asked for a solution and I provided one…Not once in this thread have I said that you MUST reformat…it’s completely your choice…If you find another solution, then I’ll be happy for you.

But I will say this one more time…If you were to re-format your drive, Load all your legit s/w and even if you install dvd2one as your very LAST App…you won’t get the debugger error.