Greetings, and thank you for taking the time to read this.
I just started trying to backup DVDs for my collection and downloaded 1Click DVD Copy Pro. I had used this before with DVD43, but this time when I attempted to install it I get the message that it does not work with 64 bit Windows versions. Is it possible to run it as a 32 bit app?
Thank you, again.
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I was able to install DVD43 in Vista Ultimate by first deactivating UAC, rebooting, then proceeding with the install. This worked with version 126.96.36.199; I haven't tried it with a later version because I've pretty much abandoned Vista. Good luck.
btw: DVD43 version 188.8.131.52 in combination with 1clickdvdcopypro has (so far) allowed me to rip any of the newer releases I've tried.
Addenda to my previous post:
Sorry; I was using Vista Ultimate 32 bit.
Thank you both for taking the time to reply.
I took Baldrick's advice and tried DVDFabDecrypter. Took a while, I was downloading the most recent version and install kept telling me that there was a new version. I finally downloaded the beta version 184.108.40.206, I believe and it installed correctly.
The DVD I attempted to copy was Superbad Unrated Version, and it would not finish. (Kept getting errors) I then attempted to copy Millions, a Danny Boyle film, and it finished correctly.
I agree with wtsinnc, Vista sometimes seems more trouble than it is worth. If Vista 64 encounters a 32 bit program, it should simply and automatically run it as such.
Too bad though, I really enjoyed the simplicity of 1ClickDVDCopy and DVD43.