Running With Scissors

Discussion in 'CloneDVD' started by gaak, Feb 8, 2007.

  1. gaak

    gaak Well-Known Member

    Has anyone been able to backup Running With Scissors US R1?
  2. Webslinger

    Webslinger Retired Moderator

    Yes, a number of people have
  3. mscarolezr

    mscarolezr New Member

    I couldn't get it to work. As soon as I put the movie in a dialogue box came up saying this movie is copy protected. Even with AnyDvd running in the background it won't work for me and I live in region 1.

  4. Webslinger

    Webslinger Retired Moderator

    Then Anydvd isn't working on your system properly.
  5. mscarolezr

    mscarolezr New Member

    Gaak this is what you need to do to get the movie copied. I was able to do it tonight. I forgot about using the AnyDvd to rip the files. But before you do anything make a new folder in your hard drive and title it whatever you want.
    Then you right click on the AnyDvd in the taskbar and click on "Rip Video-Dvd to hard drive" Up will come a dialogue box asking for the source drive which will be your dvd burner and the destination drive which will be the new folder you made on your hard drive. Then hit copy dvd and AnyDvd will rip all the files from the movie and put them in the destination folder. When it's finished which for me took about 45 minutes take the movie out of the drive and then you have to do is to start your CloneDvd2 program and choose the copy dvd titles. Then instead of telling the program to get the files from the dvd you hit browse and then find the folder you save the files to and it will copy the files and then ask you to put the burnable dvd in to burn the movie. Its takes alot longer to do this way but for sure the Sony copy protection is gone and you will have a copy of the movie.
    Hope this works for you,
    Last edited: Feb 8, 2007
  6. jjackflash

    jjackflash Member

    I just backed up Running with Scissors tonight using Anydvd and Clone DVD 2 with no problems. :D
  7. C92509

    C92509 Member

    I occasionally have this problem I simply close Any DVD then re open the program which then finds the correct drive then I copy the disk

    If I have been on session for a while 4+ Hours I reboot my computer and I never have a problem after rebooting

    Also right click the Any DVD Icon in you SYS Tray you can seewhich drives sre recognised then tweak the program to suit your needs
  8. butterflylady

    butterflylady Member

    Used "AnyDVD" & "CloneDVD2" with no problem.