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  • Jito463
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    DVD movies are encrypted with CSS. You have to use a program that removes the CSS encryption from the disc. Either one that removes it while copying, or one that removes it on the fly, allowing other software (such as Alcohol) to copy it.

    Myself, I use AnyDVD and CloneDVD.

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  • blackhuf
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    Hi, i am trying to copy a copyrighted dvd movie. I ran Clonxxl but for some reason it either didn't work or it couldn't find any of the copyright software on it. When i tried using alcohol it wouldn't create the image becasue it said it was copyrighted.

    Thanks

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  • ezeri
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    I have done like gamesfreak suggests in his reply, a while back, and I have a working copy of mountable images with Dameon Tools, but so far have not succeeded in copying it to make a backup CD-Rom, but that is not really I have found a problem, as I place the images in that case on high-capacity CD-R's and read them from the CD-R. I have done that with Warcraft III, LotR - WotR, LotR - RotK and NSFU.

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  • gamesfreak
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    Originally Posted by gamesfreak
    Hello
    I have made images that work fine from Return of the king.
    Made the images with alcohol 120& safedisc 2 setting.Alcohol version was not the latest, but the one before. Images first didn't work, later I upgraded to latest version and installed game from original discs and after that the game worked from the images.


    :roll:
    Little update:
    When making the image, safedisc 2/3 setting is not enough, allso subchannel sectors should be read, on ALL 3 discs, or you won't be able to install from images.
    Mounting with daemon or alcohol 120% works fine then

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  • geode13
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    use clonyxxl to scan set deamon to securom burn with clone cd
    idid it last night, copied play disc fires up fine use backed up play disc to play Try it :? like to know how u go good luk :roll:

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  • gamesfreak
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    Hello
    I have made images that work fine from Return of the king.
    Made the images with alcohol 120& safedisc 2 setting.Alcohol version was not the latest, but the one before. Images first didn't work, later I upgraded to latest version and installed game from original discs and after that the game worked from the images.


    :roll:

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  • S.P.Y.
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    This is a new version of Safedisc - you need to read subchannels, too, while creating the image. Then you can play from the mounted image. Burning however won't work as far as I've tested.
    The EMF-option is not working anymore - anyway I've heard a copy will work if you have a burner that doesn't need the EMF correction. But I can't confirm that - I own such a burner but it won't work.

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  • donjonson
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    i also am trying to make a image for my disk and it is not working with safedisk 2. any ideas

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  • Andareed
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    Even though clony says 2.9, the game may be safedisc 3.1 protected. In which case you should try to create your image and make sure to read sub-channel data.

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  • nethaven
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    I was able to create a image using safedisc, but it still is asking for the original disc when I have the imaged alchohol created mounted using Daemon tools.

    Do I have any other options for creating a image that the game will read when it's mounted with Daemon tools?

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  • nethaven
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    So just let it keep reading with all the errors and wait for it to finish? Ok, I will try that. I am assuming it can take hours then?

    To be specific the errors I am recieving are:

    Disc read error at: 854

    At the time of this posting it was up to 1020.

    I did read the post recommened about the fast dumping method, but it is a little confusing to me.

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  • NetSoerfer
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    Bad sectors are part of the copy protection mechanism SafeDisc consists of, shortly after sector 10.000 they should stop (definitely before 11.000).

    So just keep going or try speeding things up with Andareed's link (see above)...

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  • Andareed
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    http://www.daemon-tools.cc/portal/vi...=fastdump#8536

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  • nethaven
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    Thanks for hint. ClonyXXL says the CD is using SafeDisc v2.9. I tried using the SafeDisc 2 option within alcohol 120 and all I got was lots of disc read errors.

    Any ideas?

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  • Andareed
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    Download clonyxxl and scan your disc.

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