[quote=DaGeekster;2012141]You can go into as much detail as necessary in order to get the problem solved. So a couple of questions.
1st what version of DVDFab are you using? 2nd what operating system? 3rd describ what you were doing when your problem happened.
Anyhow welcome to the forum, they are a really nice and knowledgeable bunch of people that hang around here.
Thanks for the reply. The issue I have is not really a problem, but more of a “Cheeezee, did I really do that when I was sober???” kind of question.
DVDFab HD Decrypter188.8.131.52
Windows XP Home
I was decrypting The Brave One (W/Jodi Foster). Tried to decrypt using “All In One,” and one of the included programs stated (almost at the end of decrypting) that the DVD appeared to be dirty or scratched, and prompted me to clean it. Even after cleaning - no scratches noted - the same message appeared once again, and AIO failed to successfully do the job.
I then selected DVDFab Decrypter 184.108.40.206 and it too (The DVDFab Decrypter program) ran into some sort of a problem, and a popup menu asked if I wanted to continue using a subroutine program built into DeFab. I clicked on the “yes” button and another popup asked if I would allow an e-mail to be sent describing the problem in more detail. Once again I clicked Yes, described the problem, and allowed the e-mail to be sent.
My question is: Should I have sent the E-Mail??? I’m not sure exactly where it went, but assume (HMMM… ass-u-me) that it went to DeFab. Am I correct?? Or has it been sent to someone in Cyberspace waiting to bite me in the nether regions?:o
I am really concerned, and need to know if my fears are justified.
Thanks for any help/support/info/criticism/answers