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Thread: [Resolved] Protected ISOs a thing of the past?

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    Default [Resolved] Protected ISOs a thing of the past?

    Just got W. and Soulmen (region 1) and I've tried several times to make protected ISOs, but both discs refused to rip (ImgBurn timed out) so I turned on AnyDVD HD (6.5.2.2) and now everything is working as it should. Can someone verify this please? Thank you.
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    Quote Originally Posted by skypx View Post
    Just got W. and Soulmen (region 1) and I've tried several times to make protected ISOs, but both discs refused to rip (ImgBurn timed out) so I turned on AnyDVD HD (6.5.2.2) and now everything is working as it should. Can someone verify this please? Thank you.
    I use clone cd and have no issues with protected ISO's.

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    Have you tried creating a protected ISO with these movies?
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    Quote Originally Posted by skypx View Post
    Have you tried creating a protected ISO with these movies?
    How do you create a protected image ?

    You should use the "Rip to Image" function and keep the protection in tact. Sounds to me like you disable AnyDVD HD and use ImgBurn to create the image ?


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    I have 'W' and can rip it either way as protected or unprotected

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    My mistake ladies and gentlemen. I recently installed a new drive and for some unexplained reason it messed up my entire system. It took a while but I figured out what was wrong. The LG BH08LS20 did not like the AHCI settings in the BIOS, after switching to IDE all was well.

    Moderators, please feel free to delete this thread. Thank you.
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    No need for delete, it will be useful in future to users. That is if they search and read forum. Which most never do
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    Well I did do a search on how to make a protected iso of a Blu-ray and wound up here. So thanks for the info and thanks for NOT deleting this topic!

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