Boring! Boring! Boring!

Discussion in 'General Chat' started by roog, Jul 7, 2007.

  1. roog

    roog Well-Known Member

    I know that the SlySoft team is probably deep in thought about how to backup BD+, but things have gotten really boring on this forum!

    Anyone have any ideas that will stir the s**t a bit and make this forum interesting again?

    Otherwise, I'm going to have to reply to the selfrighteous member who called Americans fat and said he/she jogged 22 miles a day.
  2. linx05

    linx05 Well-Known Member

    I always love those threads where James lets us in on what makes copy protection tick. Very interesting to read. Same as the ones in doom9, cdfreaks and digitial digest (before the Sony attack).
  3. sheep

    sheep Well-Known Member

    Not much going on the forums. seems to be a real bomb. Anyone heard something about arccos? Is it dead?
  4. mofo69

    mofo69 Member

    I have a couple of images (ps3) and hope for an update, so they will be recognized when I mount them.
  5. MarkRacer

    MarkRacer Well-Known Member

    Boring as things may well be, life is whatever you make it. However, things on this forum simply put, is just uneventful at this moment. Of course it's always quite before the storm...SO, LOOK OUT:D

    I think I'll go for a jog now...

    :bowdown:WE'RE NOT WORTHY:bowdown:
    SLYSOFT is the SHIZNIT:agree:
  6. roog

    roog Well-Known Member

    He's been so quiet lately there has to be something big in the works.

    I haven't even gotten a bad Blu-ray lately to complain about.

    LOL! I think I'll have a beer instead.
  7. roog

    roog Well-Known Member

    Do I understand it correctly? You hack the PS3 Linux and then create an ISO image of the disc.

    Are you able to recreate the Blu-ray files on your PC after doing so?

    Also, are you still able to use the PS3 for games?
  8. sheep

    sheep Well-Known Member

    Agree.:agree: But what?:confused:
  9. mofo69

    mofo69 Member

    you just install linux on your ps3 and dump the image of any blu-ray to an external hdd. install ext3 drivers on your windows pc, mount the created iso file with the latest daemon-tools and anydvd hd will do the rest, unless it does recognize this image.

    officially this way of backing up is not supported by slysoft (as they often say), but most of the time with the latest update I got previous reported "Failed to retrieve AGID!" discs to run.
  10. RedFox 1

    RedFox 1 Super Moderator

    The forum is user based for people to help and learn. If the forum is dead, that is a good thing, it means noone is having many problems. If you notice there have not been that many new releases lately that have posed a problem. :clap:
  11. schbusdrvr

    schbusdrvr Active Member

    Since there are no technical problems to deal with...does that mean we can post basically useless stuff here now in the general chat forum? Perhaps things like word games to be played by all members? :D
  12. Clams

    Clams Well-Known Member

    It would seem to me that the General Chat forum is whatever the Greater Community makes of it. :D

    I agree boring=good. Remember that this forum launched at the exact same time that Sony introduced the "Saw3 Protection" scheme. The nightmare that caused (users and the forum) lasted for several months until the AnyDVD ripper was updated to give a clean rip of this mess. I suspect that 50% of the user questions were related to that issue alone.

    Lately that issue and others have been moot. People are also coming to grips with Vista.

    So the forum earns a much deserved rest. You might as well post a puzzle.

  13. Webslinger

    Webslinger Retired Moderator

    It has been anything but boring for me here (but most don't get to see all the spam I delete and the PMs I get).

    Maybe the developers are taking a little vacation?

    A few people are experiencing some weird issue with Anydvd here:

    But no one I know can reproduce it.
  14. roog

    roog Well-Known Member

    A much deserved one if they are!

    Using recent movies with Vista 32, I haven't seen it here either. Sounds like a corrupted Vista install to me, but I'm just guessing.