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Old Oct 25, 2002, 09:49 AM
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[i]Originally posted by .S.O.N.Y.0.0.7. [/i]
[B]I ripped it with dvd decrypter and also used the same program to burn it to dvd-r. I also used Ifo edit to make it region free but that did'nt seem to work. When I try to play it on my pc or standalond dvd player I get "This player is incompatible with the region marking on this disc" [/B]

I have come across this, it was purely down to my error in ripping, I recall that I used ifo edit to de-regionalise it, so I didn't do something correct in the process!

1 . you could re-check your ripping method. Read the guides, I can't stress that more so! www.doom9.org is very good and www.vcdhelper.com is as well.

2. you say the film burned ok, try making a backup of that via ripping, ie rip your copy as you would a dvd9 and remaster it ans see it that makes a difference.
 

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