What is the equivalent of DVD43 for Windows 7 64?

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  1. Zebo

    Zebo Elite Member

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    Can't run DVD43 with win764.
     
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  3. MichaelD

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    Only asking b/c you didn't mention if you'd tried it. Did you try running it Compatibility Mode? Also, you CAN run 32-bit apps in a Winx64 environment; that's why there's a "Program Files (x86)" folder under the C: drive. :)
     
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    Zebo Elite Member

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    Yes Mike I tried and it requires me to install a virtual machine partition and install Windows XP 32-bit in that partition and then run it in that emulated environment. Not a great solution, but it does technically work.
     
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    I assume you're looking for "FREE", otherwise, AnyDVD would be the choice (but not cheap).
     
  8. Zebo

    Zebo Elite Member

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    Hey Engineer you again.:) Yeah I pretty much decided to go with anyDVD because of special right now, lifetime upgrades and bluray support. Just one more issue with win7:( anyway thanks!
     
  9. DARuss

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    anyDVD has a free trial of their software available. I just installed it on Windows 7 64. I have used 1 click for many years and since DVD43 is not 64 bit compatable, I needed an alternative. So far I have not had any issues using anyDVD with 1 Click's latest update. In fact it allowed me to do a copy that had failed using DVD43 on XP Pro.
     
  10. IlllI

    IlllI Diamond Member

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    i know this is old, but i am looking for something like dvd43 but for 64bit windows 7. i like how easy dvd43 just works, and its free. has anything equivalent ever come out?
     
  11. Bubbaleone

    Bubbaleone Golden Member

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    Check this website:DVD43 for Windows 7 64-bit
     
  12. IlllI

    IlllI Diamond Member

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    thanks for the retardedly unhelpful reply.

    fyi the dvd43 website was offline last I checked, and so assumed they got shut down.
     
  13. Bubbaleone

    Bubbaleone Golden Member

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    Retarded?....unhelpful?....It took me all of three minutes on Google to find out everything there is to know about the current state of DVD43, that a 64-bit plugin has been available since 2010, and hundreds of places to download it from.
     
  14. Cavemahn

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    Retarded?....unhelpful?.... :colbert:

    This thread is specifically because even though it advertizes its compatible, it's not.:rolleyes:

    Has anyone found a DVD decrypt-er yet that works with 64bit Windows 7?:confused:
    I've got AVS4YOU and I like the way it worked for me for years on my XP machine. Now I have a new machine and am trying to make backups of my BD collection.
     
  15. IlllI

    IlllI Diamond Member

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    well its not free unless you find it 'somewhere' but eventually i switched to slysoft clonedvd. it was pretty simple and straightforward. not sure if theres really anything else out there like dvd43
     
  16. Fardringle

    Fardringle Diamond Member

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    DVDFab (free version) works just fine for me in Windows 7 64-bit.