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  1. way to Rigel 7 cornemuse's Avatar
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    I got a brand new dvd, 'Blood Diamond'. It returns a (?) message of an error & anydvd stops at 48% on multiple comps/drives.
    The problem is in one vob file, (1 gig), by just copying & pasting, I got all but the one file.
    Is there software I could use to rip this file in spite of it being "bad"?
    The disk is 'pristine' but could be flawed in manufacturing.

    Ideas??

    (works fine with a dvd player, no pauses or glitches anywhere, , , ,)

    -corne-
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    DVD Decrypter can brute force try to copy. It can also be set to copy even if a sector came back with errors, which will copy the damaged video. Might also try different DVD drives, not all are the same.
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  3. Mr. Computer Geek dannyboy48888's Avatar
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    I've sometimes had to use makemkv to rip a movie the anydvd wouldn't and visa versa.
    if all else fails read the damn manual
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