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How to Fix DVD Decrypter Error: Failed to Set Data for

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Fixes for Failed to Set Data for Error: Run as Administrator, Uncheck Boxes Under Registry

Among many other DVD Decrypter not ripping errors, a lot of users report that failed to set data for error will pop up every time when they load or decrypt DVD with DVD Decrypter or when they try to close the program.

Every time I exit DVD Decrypter, it says
Failed to set data for "
I hit ok and then it says
Failed to set data for 'DVDDecrypterPlayDVDMovieOnArrival'
I hit ok and then it says
Failed to set data for " (4 more times)
This occurs every time I exit the program. Anyone know why?

Sometimes Failed to set data for " error will disappear and DVD Decrypter will close after we perform several clicks on the ok button, while sometimes another error message Failed to set data for 'DVDDecrypterPlayDVDMovieOnArrival' will show up after we close Failed to set data for " error.

DVD Decrypter error: failed to set data for

These errors are really annoying, but two simple tricks will keep DVD Decrypter Windows 10/8/7/Vista users from them: run DVD Decrypter as administrator and uncheck all boxes under DVD Decrypter's Registry tab.

How to fix failed to set data for error - solution 1. run DVD Decrypter as administrator

Right click on the DVD Decrypter shortcut and then choose "Run as administrator". Then, open DVD Decrypter and then you'll find that failed to set data for error won't pop up when you close the application or do other things. However, you have to repeat it every time you start DVD Decrypter. To get rid of these errors once and for all, you need to right click on the DVD Decrypter shortcut icon, choose "Properties", click "Compatibility" tab, and then check "Run this program as administrator" option.

Run DVD Decrypter as administrator

How to fix failed to set data for error - solution 2. uncheck all boxes under DVD Decrypter's Registry tab

Open DVD Decrypter, click "Tools", choose "Settings", select "Registry" tab, and then uncheck all the boxes under "Shell Extensions" and "File Associations". Then, you will find failed to set data for errors have disappeared.

DVD Decrypter registry settings
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ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Donna Peng

Donna Peng has been working as a copywriter in Digiarty Software for many years. She has written loads of articles to help people handle their DVDs, videos and other stuff.

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