Backup Disney dvd Cars

Discussion in 'AnyDVD HD (DVD issues)' started by Krutvik, Jan 28, 2007.

  1. Krutvik

    Krutvik New Member

    Hi

    In order to avoid greasy child fingers and scratches I'm trying to backup the latest Disney Movie, which I purchased for my kids. But it seems that the dics protection is keeping the drive from recognizing that the dvd is in the drive. Do you know how to make a backup?

    Thanks in advance...
     
  2. sheep

    sheep Well-Known Member

    Use clonedvd 2.9.0.3 in conjunction with anydvd 6.1.1.3.
     
  3. BULLGEAR

    BULLGEAR Member

    any-dvd and dvd shrink 3.2 which is free and you can back this movie up.
     
  4. Krutvik

    Krutvik New Member

    Thanks for the help. But unfortunately it don't get me anywhere. Both dvd shrink and AnyDVD are still saying the same: No disc in drive. Normally I'm using DVD Shrink 3.2, so I am a bit confused :confused:
     
  5. Michaelkv

    Michaelkv Member

    Cars

    I had no problem with Cars using AnyDVD. Try another disc and make sure the DVD burner hasn't bit the dust (I've lost two that needed replacement). Also, make sure the disc is completely clean.
     
  6. sej7278

    sej7278 Well-Known Member

    i backed it up no problem using anydvd 6.1.0.7, plus clonedvd2 2.9.0.3

    one thing i did notice was that the dvd drive was spinning like crazy (nec 7173) when reading it.

    this was region2 (uk) and the drive uses region-free firmware.
     
  7. bobminer

    bobminer New Member

    Sometimes I get the no disc found message in both DVD drives. I have found that starting the movie will make AnyDVD recognize the disc and, after stopping the movie, I can back it up.
     
  8. andrew44

    andrew44 New Member

    Backup, Disney dvd Cars

    I recently had the same problem with SAW III, but not with Cars.
    I also received No Disc msg. So, I tried an older version of DVD Shrink. I think it was version 1.03 and it accepted it and it worked fine. Good luck.
     
  9. koleos

    koleos New Member

    I'VE ONLY HAD THAT ONCE SINCE USING ANY DVD.YOU COULD HAVE REGISTRY PROBLEMS.I DID A REGISTRY SCAN AND IT FOUND 50 ERRORS,I USED (REG-CURE) TO FIX THE ERRORS,RE-DOWNLOADED THE UPDATE REBOOTED AND IT CURED THE PROBLEM,ITS WORTH GETTING SOME SORT OF REGISTRY CLEANER TO FIX THE ERRORS, AND RUNNING A SCAN EVERY NOW AND THEN. YOU WILL BE SURPRISED WHAT ERRORS YOU HAVE.ALSO MAKE SURE THAT THE DVD DRIVE YOU ARE USING IS ENABLED SO YOU CAN DO RECORDING ON THAT DRIVE.IF YOU GO (WWW.REG-CURE.COM) YOU WILL GET A FREE SCAN.IT COSTS ABOUT $29.95 TO PURCHASE WHICH IS UNDER £20.00..SEE HOW YOU GET ON.
     
  10. chris12923

    chris12923 Member

    I had same problem with a few movies that had a gold colored surface using a brand new HP 840i. I sent the unit back and they replaced it and have not had any problem since. So my opinion I would say maybe it's your drive.

    Thanks,

    Chris
     
  11. RedFox 1

    RedFox 1 Super Moderator

    Yes some drives are very finicky. Try it on another DVD-RW drive and see if it still happens.
     
  12. Krutvik

    Krutvik New Member

    Thanks

    Everybody - thank you. I have also reached the conclusion, that it is the drive, there are causing the troubles.
     
  13. Bunnyrip2

    Bunnyrip2 Well-Known Member

    All Caps

    koleos, all caps is considered shouting on a web forum, anyway, The Best free registry tool by far is CCleaner. You can download it at www.ccleaner.com. It is very good, free and they release updates regularly. It also has a backup feature in case you make a change you want to reverse. Great Registry "Scrubber"! Very good at removing all the uninstaller reference that Windows leaves behind. I have personally used it for years and it keeps my system runnning efficiently.
     
  14. RedFox 1

    RedFox 1 Super Moderator

    And it was just updated yesterday also. I agree on CCleaner, you can save the cookies you want and delete the rest with the click of a button. Great freeware.:clap: