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  1. I just got a new computer with Windows Vista. I put dvddecrypter and dvdshrink on my computer. I have no problems ripping the movie to the compter, but when I go to shrink the movie it gives me an error that says access denied. I am trying to make an ISO so that I can go back to dvddecrypter and burn a dvd with it.

    Please help.
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    Why not use DVDFAB DECRYPTER to rip then use IMGBURN to burn.
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  3. I only have one drive on my computer. I need programs that run like dvddecrypter and dvdshrink. I need to rip the movie to my hard drive, then make the file fit onto a dvd. dvdfab won't work for me because you need two drives. Is there anything else?
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    DVDFabdecrypter should work without issue for the rip - then just open the folder with Shrink. (as will ripit4me, etc.)
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    I recently had dvdfab under vista , without issues , output to default folder under "my documents" .

    Dvdshrink gave error , permission to store files directly to C not allowed , must be to a folder on C , problem sorted .

    Imgburn to burn the dvd .

    Stupid new laptop came with vista , but little in respect to decent dvd burning , or rather the lack of , even though it came with a dvd burner .

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    Check you usual login account has admin privileges .

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    This one I do not recommend as it can cause issues with system sharing files / printer , firewall , ect .

    Remove annoying vista nag for file permissions

    1. Control Panel -> Administrative Tools -> System Config
    2. Continue through User Account Controls prompt
    3. Select Tools -> Scroll down and select Disable UAC
    4. Click Launch -> Reboot machine

    Disables the UAC for Vista, making it like XP, which has no such protection feature.
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