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Reinstall a protected DVD

By gluchy ·
Last year I purchased A DVD describing techniques for Portrait painting. I had to completely reinstall my system...now my DVD will not function. I know there are many types of software available to bypass CCS and Macrovision encryption. Perhaps someone would help me identify a good program that will help me solve my dilemma.
Joe Gluchy gluchy@videotron.ca

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by cmiller5400 In reply to Reinstall a protected DVD

Please contact the manufacturer of the DVD. They should be able to help you through any issues. Just so you know, this board does not support any kind of cracking, hacking, or bypassing any copy protection or password based content protection systems.

If you need any other assistance, we are here to help. Good Luck!

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by ThumbsUp2 In reply to Reinstall a protected DVD

You won't find any help here on how to crack encryption. However, we might be able to diagnose exactly what the problem is. You just said it "wouldn't function".

Is this simply an INFO DVD that doesn't need actual installation, or is it a Video DVD that plays a movie? Did you reinstall the DVD movie player? If it needs installation, what does it tell you when you try to reinstall the DVD? Are you sure your DVD reader is working? Will it read the DVD? Can you navigate through it? Will the DVD reader read OTHER DVD's?

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Software that may be of interest to you . . .

by OldER Mycroft In reply to Reinstall a protected DVD

Download from this link:
http://www.vso-software.fr/products/inspector/inspector.php

Excerpt from web site:

"VSO-Inspector is a free add-on to report various information about your hardware configuration. Using this freeware, you can check the listed cd and dvd readers and writers connected to your computer, check the firmware used. The details about the media used and the speed supported by a given writer with this media. Also you can scan a burnt media for read errors and be confident about the readibility of your fresh backup."

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