I can understand your frustration, but asking for a standalone program is not the solution. Even if it came in a program version that is no guarentee it will work in your situation, It's obvious you are in the minority and the program works as designed for most. You say many have problems with AnyDVD, I am inclined to believe it is not the programs fault but rather user error or system conflicts.
By me suggesting you check your IDE drivers is one diagnostic tool to eliminate the cause. By you replying "Oh, how many ways can I say it. I'm running a clean Win Xp2 machine (All MS drivers etc) almost no software"
You never said you were using all MS drivers, we can only go by what you tell us because we're not sitting in front of your machine. Many times after probing someone will say, oh I forget to mention, blah, blah blah, well that blah,blah blah, was the source of the problem that we were not aware of.
I'm not saying we are experts here, far from it, but we do try to help one another the best we can with suggestions that have worked in the past.
Please try to be a bit more cooperative, rather than argumentative, and I'm sure people will try harder to help you.