So here is the deal:
I have been using 1 click DVD copy for the last couple of months burning away without a care in the world. I never encountered any problem as everything i tried to copy came out flawlessly (with the DVD43FREE decryption plugin).
A day ago or so, i rented and tried to copy "little black book", but kept coming up with the "Bad Sectors" error, so i began to research. I found the big discussion (thread) about it along with Resident Evil part 2 & Sony's new DVD protection scheme & i read every single post in that thread.
After reading the thread, i unistalled the DVD43FREE plug-in that i had been using with no problems (but failed with "Little Black Book"), and downloaded and installed AnyDVD version 220.127.116.11. I then upgraded my 1-click software to the latest version and thought i would be good to go; unfortunately, that is not the case.
Even with AnyDVD running first and supposedly removing the various copy protection schemes, when i try to burn it with 1 click i get nowhere. 1 click still give me the following error: "This DVD contains bad sectors. This error is due to a copy protection scheme on the original DVD. 1 click DVD does not remove copy protection. Remember i have ANYDVD running at the same time as the website specifically says that it works in conjunction with any cloning software.
I am very happy with the quality of the copies that 1 click DVD has produced for me (pue it's ease of use) and i am not really keen on trying to switch to a bunch of other programs to get this thing done. Does anyone know what is going on and how i can fix this problem?
Any help is greatly appreciated!!!