What happened to DVD95Copy?

vbimport

#1

Hi,

I would be most grateful if anyone in the community can cast a light on what happend to the DVD95copy.com site. I have been happily using their application to back up my DVDs up until a couple of months ago. Now when I go to use it, I am asked to reactivate the software. I do this (by entering my name & email address) but keep getting a message saying “unable to activate DVD95copy”.

I tried going onto their website but keep getting redirected to a domain-hosting site called zentek.com stating that the website I am trying to access (dvd95copy.com) has been suspended or transpired.

Please, can anyone help - I am really desperate to use the program. Thank you.


#2

Welcome to the forum :slight_smile:

Interesting…I have a legit registered copy here that I haven’t installed in forever (I use DVDFab Platinum these days).

I haven’t heard anything, in fact the software was hardly ever talked about here. Maybe they have indeed gone belly-up.

Alan (moderator of this part of the forum) may know more when he comes online.


#3

Nobody knows yet. There has been a similar discussion on the doom9 forums.

http://forum.doom9.org/showthread.php?t=138943


#4

[quote=Arachne;2086493]Welcome to the forum :slight_smile:

Interesting…I have a legit registered copy here that I haven’t installed in forever (I use DVDFab Platinum these days).

I haven’t heard anything, in fact the software was hardly ever talked about here. Maybe they have indeed gone belly-up.

[B]Alan[/B] (moderator of this part of the forum) may know more when he comes online.[/quote]
I was told they are having server problems, but that may or may not be true. I have not been able to get through to the author. :wink:


#5

The site is now back up for all of you that were wondering about this.


#6

http://www.dvd95copy.com/

and how do you download it?


#7

Works for me?

http://www.dvd95copy.com/download.htm


#8

ok that works but i do not see any link from Firefox 2.0.0.16 or IE 7.0.5730.13 on dvd95copy.com

Dvd95Copy copies everything, except for 25 minutes of the main movie.
With this demo version you will be able to create a perfect working DVD with menus and extras, and about 25 minutes of the movie. This should be enough to test the capabilities of Dvd95Copy.


#9

Not working for me. Not that I want the program, was just checking the links.


#10

Yes I was having the same issue then I found the link to get it. That is why I posted the direct link to be able to download.


#11

thanks Dr. Who