Some software released even in 2020 still supports Windows 95 (see image).
I'm pleased some developers, like @James, go that extra mile to keep...
Perfect. Thanks for quick fix :)
Speaking of updates, Windows XP (plus Vista & Windows Server) received security updates in 2019.
Back on Topic, hopefully @James can fix the issue.
Same here with the beta (using Windows XP SP3)...
In CloneDVD2 on the Audio and Subtitle Settings section, choose the AC3/6 audio stream instead of AC3/2.
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He wasn't referring to Blu-ray though. He was asking why the DVD rip option was still offered...
@noneya If you had a lifetime license for SlySoft's(!) AnyDVD (HD), I have good news: You can upgrade to the slightly less ancient 126.96.36.199 :cool:...
AnyDVD HD & CloneDVD.
Create a separate topic. This has nothing to do with CloneDVD suddenly stopping working.
As this beta has been out in excess of 6.5 months, I'm guessing you're wondering when this is going to be upgraded to a stable release....
Perhaps a Staff Member has the power to edit the post on his behalf ;)
Gosh that sounds very complicated... turning something off then back on again(!)
Is that why you cant try doing it?
From what I can gather it only applies to "web extensions" (which appeared with the arrival of Firefox Quantum - 57.0+).
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