Was experiencing the problems backing up Bangkok Dangerous [single-sided version] as well as Righteous Kill. Had tried DVDFab 220.127.116.11, 18.104.22.168, & 22.214.171.124 with no luck. I even tried the abort/abort/ignoreall options in another thread.
Downloaded DVDFab 126.96.36.199 and uninstalled all previous versions of DVDFab including the prefetch, "application data", and "My Documents" folders/files along with registry entries and then installed 188.8.131.52. [instructions located in StormJumper's signature]
Successfully analyzed and ripped both movies to hard drive on first try simultaneously from two separate drives.
* NOTE: Once I rip the movie to the hard drive, I use TitleWriter to write the movie title and series [if its a sequel] or actor name to the DVD_Text. I do this cuz I have a Sony DVD Jukebox and when I use DVD Fab to burn the movie folder to disc, DVD Fab removes the DVD_Text. This occurs even if I use Imgburn engine instead of the built in VSO. I have to exit DVD Fab altogether and then open ImgBurn and burn the Movie folder to disc that way in order to retain the DVD_Text data. ***This will be a nice feature to add
I am currently burning Bangkok Dangerous to disc. I did notice a difference in size of the video_ts folder of this movie. The ripped version on my hard drive was ~600 mb smaller than the version on the original DVD. The difference was in 4 files [vts_01_5, vts_22_1, vts_21_1 & vts_20_1.vobs]. And finally the video_ts.vob file was missing from the movie folder on my hard drive. That folder had only 89 files where as the original dvd disc's video_ts folder had 90 files.
Will post later the results of the burn and whether there is any choppiness.