Cant Backup The Covenant DvD R2

Discussion in 'AnyDVD HD (DVD issues)' started by noeldoran, Apr 7, 2007.

  1. noeldoran

    noeldoran Member

    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????
     
  2. noeldoran

    noeldoran Member

    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????
     
  3. bilbo65

    bilbo65 Well-Known Member

    No. You really need to own the discs that you backup....
     
  4. noeldoran

    noeldoran Member

    very funny arnt we

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

    oldjoe Well-Known Member

    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.
     
  6. noeldoran

    noeldoran Member

    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?????
     
  7. oldjoe

    oldjoe Well-Known Member

    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.
     
  8. noeldoran

    noeldoran Member

    ok tanx anyway
     
  9. fatkid

    fatkid New Member

    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 ?
     
  10. hajo

    hajo New Member

    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.
     
  11. calcu007

    calcu007 Well-Known Member

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