Please do not type in all caps. On the internet, that amounts to screaming, and it's kind of jarring. It's not true that standalone dvd players necessarily have better error correction, and if it played on your standalone dvd player, then, in fact, you did produce a successful copy, regardless of whether it works on your computers. The latest version of 1-Click does handle Saw3, so please visit the website to ensure you're using the latest versions. To ensure playback compability please follow these steps: 1. Visit your burner's website, and update your burner's firmware 2. Use good quality blank media. Try Verbatim (CMC), Maxell Broadcast Quality, Taiyo Yuden, etc. If you're going to make a double layer backup use Verbatim + R DL media (made in Singapore); I find most burners will burn this stuff well at 4x (to be safe); other burners can burn this stuff at 10x with no problems. Get to know your burner. 3. Use Nero cd-dvd speed to change the booktype of your blank media: http://www.cdspeed2000.com/ This is a free program. (Click "Extra", then "Bitsetting". Make the change to "dvd-rom" for the disk type that you're using and click "set".) This step improves playback compatibility with standalone dvd players. You can skip this step if your burner does this for you automatically.