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Running Windows Vista, iTunes 9: Attempting to get movie digital copies off of DVDs, it gets through the "authorization" portion fine, completes the copying and shortly after that I get the error that I do no thave enough access privileges, and something about trying to clean the DVD and try again. I have attempted multiple DVDs, some how out of several two eventually loaded (not certain what I did) but I can't get any further with the others. Many hours later and lot's of Internet surfing for anwsers, I'm no further than I was. Leaving on vavcation this weekend and wanted to get soem movies on my ipod touch. Any assistance would be greatly appreciated! Thanks.

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  • danmow Aug 26, 2010

    OK, so I restarted the computer, relaunched iTunes, I also made sure that I had read & write access privileges to the folder. I tried another digital copy DVD and it worked!



    Unfortunately, the next digital copy did not work. I once again restarted the computer, relaunched iTunes and verified my privileges and I am still getting the error message that says that I do not have enough access privileges, try cleaning the DVD...



    Out of 20+ attempts, three have been successful but I am not certain why, and I cannot duplicate the process that worked before.



    There are blogs reporting these problems with digital copies with various suggestions all over the Internet dating back to 2007 and continuing until now, I have attempted to follow most of the suggestions but to no avail.



    Any other suggestions? Thanks.

  • danmow Aug 26, 2010

    OK, so I restarted the computer, relaunched iTunes, I also made sure that I had read & write access privileges to the folder. I tried another digital copy DVD and it worked!

    Unfortunately, the next digital copy did not work. I once again restarted the computer, relaunched iTunes and verified my privileges and I am still getting the error message that says that I do not have enough access privileges, try cleaning the DVD...

    Out of 20+ attempts, three have been successful but I am not certain why, and I cannot duplicate the process that worked before.

    There are blogs reporting these problems with digital copies with various suggestions all over the Internet dating back to 2007 and continuing until now, I have attempted to follow most of the suggestions but to no avail.

    Any other suggestions? Thanks.

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Hello Dan,

Try restarting your iTunes9 and start again. Sometimes it could be caused from the program itself. If this doesn't work, then restart your system and do it again.

Best regards

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