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Please Note: This information has been specifically created for those customers who have been in contact with support regarding this particular support issue. If you have not been directed here via support, but require help on DVD title selection, please contact one of our support technicians here: 123copydvd.com/support/contact.
This information has been created to help those customers who have been directed to this article via support. If you haven’t but are experiencing troubles with selecting DVD titles, please contact support. You may be directed to this article if you have contacted support regarding an issue with the default title being selected for copying a particular DVD. Increasingly more DVDs are intentionally being created with various types of bad data to make their DVDs difficult to copy. 123 Copy DVD offers a true Clone Mode that will make a perfect copy of any DVD disc that is in a good physical, and readable condition.
- The log file from your 123 Copy DVD program
- The title number that plays when you’re watching the movie off of the DVD; many PC playback programs will be able to tell you.
We recommend avoiding bulk blank media and store branded media as they are often poor quality and will fail during a burn. Brands that have worked well for burning discs include: RiData, Sony, TDK, Ritek G04, Verbatim Data Life, Verbatim DataLife plus, Taiyo Yuden and Mitsubishi. Media advertised as “Advanced Metal AZO” are generally good quality due to the high grade dyes used.
If you encounter the error, “Plugin failed to load: Could not load file or assembly ‘Boooya.dll’ or one of its dependencies. The system cannot find the file specified,” you may require a third party plug-in to copy protected DVDs and Blurays. A compatible third-party plugin is available at http://www.boooya.com/ – Once there click on the “Free Download” button, and run the software to install.
123 applications do not remove copy protection from any media, if it is legal in your area for you to copy protected material for backup purposes the following third-party utilities will help you to work with copy-protected discs:
This issue only applies to 123CopyDVD 2011 (The version numbers start with 8.
‘An error prevented the DVD from being copied: Index was out of range. Must be non-negative and less than the size of the collection’DVD CopyingHelp Articles
This error commonly happens with DVD titles made at home or copies of originals and poorly formatted DVDs that do not follow the DVD standard. If this occurs with all DVDs please uninstall the product and reinstall the latest version available from the web site:
If you are receiving the error “Copy Error: 0x900000A”or “Copy Disc Error: The source disc is encrypted” attempting to copy a DVD or Blu-ray Video as a data disc it is because the source DVD/Blu-ray contains CSS-protected DVD-Video and/or CPPM-protected DVD-Audio content. To make a copy of a protected DVD or Blu-Ray containing video you must use the Copy a DVD Video or Copy a Blu-ray Video feature instead.
If you receive the error “Cannot write medium incompatible format” when attempting to burn a DVD it is because your optical drive does not support the brand of blank media you are using. A firmware update may be available for your optical drive to resolve the issue – please check with your computer’s manufacture for a firmware update. If no update is available or it does not resolve the issue you will need to try a different brand of blank media or another optical drive.
This error will occur with older versions of the software so please make sure that the latest version of the program has been installed to alleviate the issue. The latest version can be downloaded from the following link:
When copying DVDs with 123CopyDVD the program will sometimes read the disc as a data disc. This is because many DVDs today come with executable files designed to be run on Windows or Mac OS X so when loading the disc 123CopyDVD will sometimes read these programs before the actual video files and as such assume it is a data disc. There are a few simple things you can try to get the disc to read as a DVD:
In addition, it’s also worth checking to see if you have the latest version of the program.