I am trying to make a backup of a dvd I just bought so my kids won’t destroy the original copy. I normally always use dvd decrypter for backups, however, it kept failing at about 15% in due to unreadable sectors.
Dvdfab took a while to decrypt the dvd but it said it completed the operation “successfully.” It had some hiccups along the way same as dvd decrypter, but eventually it got through them.
Here is my question:
If dvdfab can’t read sectors, does it keep retrying until it is successful or does it ignore the sectors and continue? If it doesn’t ignore the sectors, does it show up as a fail?
It is very important to me that everything copied correctly and no sectors (even if they were unreadable) were ignored. I can still return this dvd and tell them it is messed up and get a new copy. However, if dvdfab was able to read all the sectors through multiple retries while dvd decrypter was not, then obviously I don’t need to return the dvd for another copy. Oh, and if that’s the case, dvdfab is awesome!