DVD Drive won't recognize some DVDs

vbimport

#1

I have DVD Fab Platinum 3.0.5.5. Some, especially British DVDs, won’t be recognized by my DVD drive. But…sometimes they will. Most of my American movies are recognized but I have had some issues there too. Of course if they aren’t recognized they don’t copy.

I’ve tried uninstalling DVD FAB and reinstalling it. That helped once. Also, sometimes if I play a DVD I’ve already copied then play one that I’m having trouble with the trouble maker plays. This isn’t working anymore though. I’d appreciate any help.


#2

Welcome to CDFreaks, what is the brand of your DVD drive?, try to use a firmware with region free mode embbaded.


#3

Thanks for helping out. I have a LG DVD Writable CD/RW Drive. I’m just learning about regions. This drive says you can change regions 5 times and that’s all. Maybe this drive won’t work for backing up foreign CDs.


#4

HI THERE I DOWNLOADED POWER DVD COPY AND THAT 9 THING IT SAYS TO DOWNLOAD FIRST BUT I HAVE FOUND THAT IT DOESNT WANT TO COPY MOST DVDS WHY PLEASE HELP I AM A MY WITS END TRYING TO FATHEM IT OUT


#5

[QUOTE=hemlock27;2270650]HI THERE I DOWNLOADED POWER DVD COPY AND THAT 9 THING IT SAYS TO DOWNLOAD FIRST BUT I HAVE FOUND THAT IT DOESNT WANT TO COPY MOST DVDS WHY PLEASE HELP I AM A MY WITS END TRYING TO FATHEM IT OUT[/QUOTE]
1.) Unfortunately, your problem has nothing to do with Fab.
I’d suggest you post…or ask a mod to move this to Movie Copy Software (general forum ) or the Newbie section.

2.) I doubt you’ll receive any meaningful help with what you’ve posted.
No one has any idea where to start and it’s not reasonable to expect us to ask a ton of questions just to find a starting point.

The devil’s in the details…:wink:


#6

hemlock27
Fine Print Department
From the Cyberlink website:

*PowerDVD Copy, DVD copy software, supports duplication of [B]non-CSS [/B]protected content.

This means it will not copy 99% of commercial movie DVDs. Get you money back and try DVDFab.

As my good friend Maineman said, the devil’s in the details (or in this case the fine print).