Good Morning, and greetings from San Francisco. i am a frequent / registered user of AnyDVD (v18.104.22.168) and 1ClickDVDCopy (v22.214.171.124) under WinXP/SP2, using NEC drives here with Herrie and Liggy&Dee firmware.
i am unable to crack certain BBC documentary DVDs; eg., "The Life of Birds" (none of the 5 discs work) and this AM failed to get "Blue Planet - Seas of Life - Disc3 = Seasonal Seas & Coral Seas".
Note that these DVD's are "episodic" compilations of TV programs... for example, the Blue Planet DVD contains the 2 episodes "Seasonal Seas" and "Coral Seas".
the source DVDs are > 4.7 gig, some compression required thus. The Life of Birds DVDs conk out about half-way, i thought that this might be a dual-layer transition problem... but no, the Blue Planet DVD conks out after ripping the first File quickly / successfully and getting down to biz with the big video File itself. it makes no difference whether i use 1Click or another ripper or, AnyDVD's internal ripper...
...1Click sends us to a message about DVD43, implying that the underlying is not sufficiently cracked. AnyDVD sends us to a message that says the underlying source is corrupted / dirty, etc. "unreadable"
after hitting the wall with these particular BBC DVDs (and have no problems with any others) and failing to get it going, despite fiddling with this, that and the other, i would appreciate any suggestions / fixes this venerable forum may offer.
FYI running Norton Anti-Virus and Spyware Doctor buggy killers, fwiw.
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Best regards, Steve