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Old 02-11-2008, 03:59 PM   #11 (permalink)
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Default Re: Anyone have Rush Hour 3 or Shoot Em Up?

Originally Posted by veedubfreak View Post
I'm not even trying to burn it. I bought the dvd and i just want to watch it. This is what really hacks me off about all of this stupid "copy protection". I cant even watch a dvd that i own without jumping through hoops. I think i may just end up going with DVDfab as it is an all in one program rather than have to deal with the 3 step process of anyDVD, dvd decrypter and dvd shrink. But i'll grab the codec pack when i get home and see if i can watch it or not.
I agree, its completely outrageous that so much protection would render a DVD useless when trying to play it back.

Try out k-lite. Its a solid codec package and best of all its free.

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