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Discussion in 'Software for Windows' started by Zebo, Dec 26, 2009.
Can't run DVD43 with win764.
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.
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.
Handbrake is not a DVD decryptor
I assume you're looking for "FREE", otherwise, AnyDVD would be the choice (but not cheap).
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!
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.
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?
Check this website:DVD43 for Windows 7 64-bit
thanks for the retardedly unhelpful reply.
fyi the dvd43 website was offline last I checked, and so assumed they got shut down.
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.
This thread is specifically because even though it advertizes its compatible, it's not.
Has anyone found a DVD decrypt-er yet that works with 64bit Windows 7?
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.
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
DVDFab (free version) works just fine for me in Windows 7 64-bit.