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    cant read disk?

    copying a disk in DVD Fab and it gets to the same point every time, no matter what format - MKV, MPEG, AVI - and stops and says cannot read disk.

    The file that it has already copied is perfect up to that point. it stops at 89.27% every time if that helps.
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    have you tried ripping the disk to your drive before running dvd fab?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Neuromancer View Post
    have you tried ripping the disk to your drive before running dvd fab?
    I will try that now ...
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    I used dvd fab ripper, disk copy, and convert from BR to DVD ... all fail
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    It is either disk read error then or a protection that needs circumventing (a preprogrammed disk read error )

    Was why I suggested AnyDVD before, but try using dvdshrink or dvddecrypter to rip it to HDD then run your encoding software.
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    Do those work with bluerays?
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    huff on the disk and rub it around your T shirt. or clean it the right way. DVD Fab has Blu-ray ripping with protection removal--don't it?




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    Quote Originally Posted by Cigarbug View Post
    huff on the disk and rub it around your T shirt. or clean it the right way. DVD Fab has Blu-ray ripping with protection removal--don't it?
    disk is in perfect condition ... it is Tron Legacy if that helps.

    Yes it does have removal which is why I am confused ...
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    Disney movies are notoriously copy protected.

    Looks like the older version of DVDFAB had issues with Tron Legacy, make sure you are up to date. (Supposedly fixed back in march)
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