So, in a continuation of my CSS/AACS problems first mentioned in the 126.96.36.199 thread …
I solved it. I haven’t used DVDFab in a good long while to copy anything, so I didn’t notice that the the 2 executables which handle CSS & AACS decryption had changed from one 32-bit version, to two files, one for 32, and one for 64. Using the installer, this wouldn’t matter, but because I’ve always used innounp to rip the files out of the installer, my version couldn’t decrypt anything, since the 2 files weren’t named properly. So, in conclusion, inside the “Options” directory within the main program directory, “DVDFabAddonDVD,1.exe” (which is the 32-bit exe) had to be named “DVDFabAddonDVD.exe”, and “DVDFabAddonBluRay,1.exe” became “DVDFabAddonBluRay.exe”. If I were a 64-bit user, I’d rename the “*******,2.exe” files.
I sincerely doubt anyone would actually make use of this, but there it is.
BTW, StormJumper, it’s “you’re”.