Slysoft developer: AnyDVD (HD) will continue to work

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We’ve just posted the following news: Slysoft developer: AnyDVD (HD) will continue to work[newsimage]http://www.myce.com/wp-content/images_posts/2014/04/anydvd-95x75.jpg[/newsimage]

A Slysoft developer has posted information on whether AnyDVD (HD) will continue to work now the company has decided to cease operations after legal issues. For AnyDVD customers there’s good news, the software hasn’t become useless.

            Read the full article here: [http://www.myce.com/news/slysoft-developer-anydvd-will-continue-to-work-78688/](http://www.myce.com/news/slysoft-developer-anydvd-will-continue-to-work-78688/)

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[QUOTE=DoMiN8ToR;2768949]We’ve just posted the following news: Slysoft developer: AnyDVD (HD) will continue to work[newsimage]http://www.myce.com/wp-content/images_posts/2014/04/anydvd-95x75.jpg[/newsimage]

            Read the full article here: http://www.myce.com/news/slysoft-developer-anydvd-will-continue-to-work-78688/

            Please note that the reactions from the complete site will be synched below.[/QUOTE]

Verified…I created a pdf of the news site and link site just incase…

Blu-Ray AACS: AnyDVD contains data for roughly 130000 discs, these will continue to work. Discs not included in AnyDVD will need the OPD. OPD results will be cached locally, if you copy the cache, you can move it to another PC.
Where is that at? Are they referring to the Anydvd HD in my users/username/ folder?


#3

hosts file cannot be modified in Win-7 Pro, access is denied


#4

CDan

Check this out
https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/kb/923947


#5

@CDan, sure it can. Disable UAC, reboot and voila. Problem solved


#6

[QUOTE=CDan;2768960]hosts file cannot be modified in Win-7 Pro, access is denied[/QUOTE]
You can’t do it in the main Windows Directory folders.

Copy it to a temp folder and edit from there and copy it back to to the hosts folder and overwrite it. Windows by default will block any attempts to modify a files within the Windows Directory. I thought you new this already-this is pretty simple knowledge.

[QUOTE=Ch3vr0n;2768968]@CDan, sure it can. Disable UAC, reboot and voila. Problem solved[/QUOTE]
That is asking for trouble…doing what I did works faster and is safer.


#7

asking for trouble? LOL that’s the first thing i do when i install windows. Gets rid of those annoying (are you sure you want to run this setup file extra popup by windows as well. Been doing it since they added that in vista. Not 1 problem, ever.

Anyways, back on topic :slight_smile:


#8

[QUOTE=Ch3vr0n;2768993]asking for trouble? LOL that’s the first thing i do when i install windows. Gets rid of those annoying (are you sure you want to run this setup file extra popup by windows as well. Been doing it since they added that in vista. Not 1 problem, ever.

Anyways, back on topic :)[/QUOTE]
Looks like the IP either was different from the one I used or changed? Hmm…have to check tonight again and update if that is the case.


#9

The physical format we are all use to is becoming extinct.


#10

[QUOTE=Dr. Who;2769000]The physical format we are all use to is becoming extinct.[/QUOTE]
Based on whom evidence? LP and Tape are still around? So that burst your extinction model already.


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[QUOTE=bean55;2768963]CDan

Check this out
https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/kb/923947[/QUOTE]

That’s what I was doing, doesn’t work


#12

[QUOTE=coolcolors;2768976]You can’t do it in the main Windows Directory folders.

Copy it to a temp folder and edit from there and copy it back to to the hosts folder and overwrite it. .[/QUOTE]

Also doesn’t work.


#13

[QUOTE=CDan;2769014]Also doesn’t work.[/QUOTE]
Was the TEmp folder one you created not the one in Windows Directory that one will not work. I have Win7x64 Ult Sp1 and have no problems editing the hosts file.

Write how you did yours then?


#14

[QUOTE=CDan;2769014]Also doesn’t work.[/QUOTE]

Drag [U]hosts[/U] from ‘[B]Windows\System32\drivers\etc[/B]’ to your [B]Desktop[/B] (No need for any other Temp folder) -> [B]Edit[/B] the file and save it -> Drag [U]hosts[/U] from the [B]Desktop[/B] to your ‘[B]Windows\System32\drivers\etc[/B]’ folder. Answer ‘Yes’ to any requesters popping up asking for permission.

If saving the [U]hosts[/U] fails in Notepad, Right-click hosts on your Desktop, choose ‘Properties’ from the context menu. In the ‘General’ tab of the requester that opens, locate ‘Attributes:’, uncheck ‘Read-only’ and left-click on ‘[U]O[/U]K’. Now try and save the file again…

If you really would like to use your temp-folder instead, hold down [WinKey] and tap [R] - In the ‘Run’ dialogue, type [B]%TEMP%[/B] and hit [Enter]. That brings up the correct temp folder for your user… It usually looks messy though and so the Desktop is more often than not a better place to work.

:flower:


#15

You don’t need to go through all that to modify hosts. Just right click notepad and open as administrator. Then file-open-navigate to hosts file and open it.


#16

also aimersoft still works fine


#17

Where is the IP Address at the Whois Website? I don’t see an IP address for key.slysoft.com


#22

For ron2020
Clique sur [Diagnostics] puis Clique sur [Start Ping]


#23

[QUOTE=coolcolors;2769008]Based on whom evidence? LP and Tape are still around? So that burst your extinction model already.[/QUOTE]

Overall movie disc sales go down every year. They have been doing that for many years without fail.

Extinction is not going to happen in the near future - it will take some more years before the situation is dire. But it’s fair to say the writing is on the wall.


#24

Physical media is going to drown and die a slow and agonizing death.