How to back up Adam Sandler Click

We just purchased Click a movie by Adam Sandler and we’re planning to go for a long drive to Vancouver this weekend. In long drives my kids do bring dvds with them and for some reasons after the long drive, some dvds are lost and some still work but with a little problem. I’m using DVD Shrink to back up my original DVDs for travel purposes and just not to feel bad if something bad happened to it and for some reasons when backing up this movie it won’t let me. It gave this message “DVD Shrink encountered an error and cannot continue. Invalid DVD navigation structure.” Please shed some light to this problem. Thanks and hope to hear from you guys soon.

Please Post a >> F8 log session of the attempt …

Open 1Click >> F8 >> Copy and Paste in Reply
Look for :
Session Started” / “Session Closed

  • to divide the individual sessions
    Post one session per Reply Post
    One or Two “Session(s)” in question should suffice

This will give us a better Idea of what may be going on
Your log will instantly answer 20 questions we might have


Oh sorry … you posted in the 1Click Forum

anyway … are you using AnyDVD ? is it Updated ?

You could also try/use Ripit4me … if you want to go through all that


thanks for the immediate reply shannon90210, but i’m using dvd shrink and i have 1clickdvd copy 4.2 and i’ve used both of them and none of them work in backing up this click movie. can you provide any other resolution

4.2 .? .?

Are you using AnyDVD ?
If using the older 1Click - you need AnyDVD
… or DVDFabDecrypter … or Ripit4Me

What Decrypter are you using ?

Still post your Log session

Accessing Log Files on your PC:

[B]If you are using 1CLICK DVD COPY ( or greater)
you an access the log files by clicking on the application,
then press F7 and F8 respectively.

1CLICK DVD COPY (all versions less than
C:\Program Files\LG Software Innovations\1Click DVD Copy <version>\1click.log
C:\Program Files\VSO\CopyToDVD\c2cd.log[/B]


i can tell you that (with the most updated) dvdfab or ripit4me both do the job.
purchesed this & copyed it the same day.why dont you just do what was asked of so that the powers that be can update !!!
all in all good luck!!!

i’m using DVD43

What version of 1ClickDVDCopy are you presently using ?

What Version of DVD43 ?

DVD43 is not going to cut it with DVDShrink

Try AnyDVD
It has a free 21 day trial
When installing AnyDVD , allow AnyDVD to [B]Remove[/B] DVD43

AnyDVD will work with 1Click AND DVDShrink
As will - DVDFab or Ripit4Me

If you are using DVD43 with 1Click


my 1ClickDVDCopy is
DVD43 is 3.9.0
will i be able to back up Click if i update my 1ClickDVDCopy?

Yes !

If you have had 1Click - for more than 1 year

  • there is a $19.00 - Yearly License Renewal Fee

… but yes , of course
1ClickDVDCopy AND DVD43 3.9.0
will handle “Click”

Go Here >

how about with my DVD Shrink, is there an update for it and if so, will it help me back up Click?

DVDSrink - No - No Update and it won’t be

With/ To use DVDShrink- you have a few choices
You may use
DVDFabDecrypter ( Free )
Ripit4Me ( Free )
AnyDVD ( Free Trial )

I suggested AnyDVD - because it’s the easiest
and will work with most any DVD program
It will work with your Shrink and your 1Click

  • and is considered the best supported / updated
    You get what you pay for :wink:

… but any of the above will back-up “Click”


RipIt4Me = Win
DVDFab Decrypter = Win

I think EVERYONE on the planet should already have the final versions of DVD Decrypter and DVD Shrink on their hard drive.

That said, DVDFab Decrypter is a stand-alone product that should be able to rip the disk to your hard drive so you can process it with DVD Shrink or what not.

RipIt4Me is a front-end for DVD Decrypter that handles all the latest protections, but still uses the core DVD Decrypter ripping engine.

I have had EXCELLENT luck with both of these products, but I think RipIt4Me has the edge, at least for me. It integrates very well with DVD Decrypter, can take you right into the ripped film loaded into DVD Shrink and has a new installer that includes the FixVTS app. Plus, it has a nice little wizard that walks you through it step by step.