AnyDVD times out and closes

Discussion in 'AnyDVD HD (DVD issues)' started by capote23w, Jul 27, 2007.

  1. capote23w

    capote23w New Member

    I have a problem where CloneDVD takes half an hour to read a dvd, but fails at the end because AnyDVD closes down, forcing me to restart the whole process. Is there a way to disable AnyDVD from closing?
  2. oldjoe

    oldjoe Well-Known Member

    I don't understand what you mean by "AnyDVD Closing"? AnyDVD simply removes the encryption and it's job is done.
  3. mike20021969

    mike20021969 Well-Known Member

    does anydvd say something like "anydvd has encountered a problem and needs to close"? when your dvd has nearly finished reading? is that what you mean by closes down?
    can you post the exact error message that you get.

    also,does anydvd allow you to rip the dvd to hard disk without using clonedvd2?
    (do this by right-clicking on the fox icon in notification area and choose rip video dvd to harddisk).
  4. DrBlast33

    DrBlast33 New Member

    Im having a similar issue. Is there a error log, where we can see why anydvd just closes up? I normally backup 2 or so dvds at a time, and about 10minutes into it, clonedvd says that it could not backup the DVD... I look for AnyDvd, and it is no where to be found. So, obviously AnyDVD is closing without any error message, and causing my CloneDVD to stop.
  5. capote23w

    capote23w New Member

    This is exactly what happens.

    1) I will start AnyDVD, it will run in the background.
    2) Then, I will start cloneDVD.
    3) About half an hour later, AnyDVD just stops. The icon disappears from the toolbar and the program is no longer running in the background. There is no error message.
    4) The instant this occurs, CloneDVD throws an error message that tells me that it can no longer copy because the material is copy protected.

    How can I make AnyDVD stay open through my whole session?
  6. Charlie

    Charlie Well-Known Member

    I would remove anydvd and clonedvd from the PC and delete all folders that it created, then go to and download there only, and re-install each one at a time and reboot between the 2 installs and see if it occurs. I have yet to see this happen on any of my 3 machines.
  7. oldjoe

    oldjoe Well-Known Member

    What OS are you using?
  8. capote23w

    capote23w New Member

    Using Windows XP. And autoread is enabled, if that matters.
  9. RedFox 1

    RedFox 1 Super Moderator

    No that does not matter, what matters is that you contact and give them the e-mail address you used to purchase the program and your reg ID from the Information page. :policeman: