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Cant Backup The Covenant DvD R2

noeldoran

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Cant Rip The Covenant DVD

just rented the covenant on dvd but anydvd wnt allow me to open the disc to rip it, its region 2 dvd and i have version 6.1.3.3, can anyone help????
 
just rented the covenant on dvd but anydvd wnt allow me to open the disc to rip it, its region 2 dvd and i have version 6.1.3.3, can anyone help????
 
No. You really need to own the discs that you backup....
 
very funny arnt we

why would i need to back it up if i already own it, deres no point...:clap:
 
why would i need to back it up if i already own it, deres no point...:clap:

There IS a point and you have missed it. Copying rented discs is illegal.
You PURCHASE the disc and make a backup copy to protect your investment.
 
sure where is the fun in that

its only a dvd not a car so if i break it i can just buy another.can you actually help me backing it up r not?????
 
its only a dvd not a car so if i break it i can just buy another.can you actually help me backing it up r not?????

I could but I won't because it is illegal. I doubt, and I hope, that you will not find anyone on this forum that will.
 
LOL.. Here is the worlds best reason for backing upDVD's
I have 4 teenagers and not even concrete is safe around here.

I have a brand new The Covenant DVD and am getting a cannot read a protion/sector message when trying to back up. Any one else getting this ?
 
Well, I hope my answer doesn't come too late.

Run your registered AnyDVD.

After that run DVD-Shr*** 2.3 (so an old version, not the current version).

DVD-Shr*** will stop analyzing with an error, but it will show you a table of contents - and you can rip the main movie (uncompressed).

After that you can use DVD-Shr*** (new version even) to shrink your backup on HD to make it fit on a normal DVD.
 
Well, I hope my answer doesn't come too late.

Run your registered AnyDVD.

After that run DVD-Shr*** 2.3 (so an old version, not the current version).

DVD-Shr*** will stop analyzing with an error, but it will show you a table of contents - and you can rip the main movie (uncompressed).

After that you can use DVD-Shr*** (new version even) to shrink your backup on HD to make it fit on a normal DVD.

LOl you are too late. The user resolved the problem, so long time ago.
 
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