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Old 27th August 2007, 09:25   #1361  |  Link
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I got the Mirakaji utility thanks. it is making more sense now.
once I ran the Mirakaji Utility I can know put files in fuwm4 fix2.1

now it says the file is not liscensed to me. how do I get FairUse4wm 2.1 to know that the file is liscensed to me?

thanks Hank

look, you can only use FairUse4WM on files YOU have downloaded on your computer (and only before you update)...you can NEVER remove DRM from a file that another computer downloaded, and you can't remove DRM rom files downloaded before you last ran updates.

You will NOT get any errors if you are running FairUse4WM on files you yourself downloaded, and havent updated snce you downloaded. You are obviously trying to remove DRM from a porn file you did not download -or- downloaded before you updated last (thus the old drm licenses are gone)...you cannot "make" a file licensed to you if it is on your computer and not licensed...you have to redownload it on your current system.

try reading the last 50pages before asking a simple question about how to use fairuse4wm, please!

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I got this message when I tried to use FairUse

Extraction in progress on "Indiv01.key" 11.0.6000.6324 -- Please wait.
Phase 0 : Blocks: 1341 Large 0 Small, Errors: 0,0 Candidates: 9,3,2
Failure - Unable to identify RC4 and AES internal keys.
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Old 27th August 2007, 18:33   #1363  |  Link
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I got this message when I tried to use FairUse

Extraction in progress on "Indiv01.key" 11.0.6000.6324 -- Please wait.
Phase 0 : Blocks: 1341 Large 0 Small, Errors: 0,0 Candidates: 9,3,2
Failure - Unable to identify RC4 and AES internal keys.
Search this thread for "unable identify" and that will help you.

Also this thread http://forum.doom9.org/showthread.php?t=127943

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Old 27th August 2007, 22:28   #1364  |  Link
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I posted on here a little while ago about 2 pages back... I am getting "Requires a different private key," still, after running mirakaji. Does anyone know the last IBX key or whatever that this mirakaji and Fix2 will work with.

I am suspecting nobody knows the answer to this problem yet, but I have seen a similar problem on other theads. On the other hand, other users seem to have had success with this key 11.0.6000.6324 using this method. I am unsure how to proceed, so I guess I will just wait it out for another patch (unlikely).

I just don't really want to reformat my computer right now (to rollback to WMP10) because I have +1000 files saved from Napster that I would have liked to remove DRM from and would rather not re-download all my files if not necessary. I would be glad if someone could suggest something to me. The rollback method I used previously did not work:
http://www.kensavage.com/index.php/a...dia-player-11/

Is there something else I should do? Should I try this again and then do Mirakaji?

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Old 28th August 2007, 22:38   #1365  |  Link
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i can't help you with your problems...i just today updated a computer that had an old wmp11 beta to wmp11 final (current from MS website) then ran fairuse4wm and the mirakaji thing, and have already downloaded and removed the DRM from over 100 new files.

i have found that people who are getting the 'different private key' error, are trying to remove DRM on files they downloaded before they updated, which obviously will not work since your IBX is different after your update WMP

i would suggest you redownload the latest media player, install it, and then redownload the original DRM file again, and try fairuse4wm fix2 after that...because FairUse4WM 1.3 FIX2 is WORKING with the latest Windows Media Player download/updates

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Old 28th August 2007, 22:42   #1366  |  Link
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I got this message when I tried to use FairUse

Extraction in progress on "Indiv01.key" 11.0.6000.6324 -- Please wait.
Phase 0 : Blocks: 1341 Large 0 Small, Errors: 0,0 Candidates: 9,3,2
Failure - Unable to identify RC4 and AES internal keys.
im gonna go crazy if someone posts this again...what is this, like 100 identical posts asking about this same error now??? it's always by someone with zero or only 1 post also!

i mean what do people do? search for this thread on google then post w/o reading a damn thing? I mean when I search google for answers, and I find a forum, I read about all the problems and issues everyone else run into, THEN I make a post if it is not answered.....isn't that common sense? You just waste your time when you post w/o reading, cause then someone has to TELL you to read, then you have to go back and read it anyway a day later!

PLEASE...If you have a question, READ this entire thread, or at least search it for your issue....there is NOTHING you can come up with, any POSSIBLE of error, that we all haven't already run into and dealt with! PLEASE READ!


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Old 29th August 2007, 02:04   #1367  |  Link
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Transfering DRM files (I own) to new computer

I posted this Q as a new thread in General Decrypting http://forum.doom9.org/showthread.php?t=129351

neuron2 suggested that I post in this thread.



I have some instructional videos on an old computer (Win XP/WMP 10) in ASF format. They are protected by MS Media Player DRM. The company that I purchased the videos from no longer exists.

I want to move these files to my new computers (XP WMP 10 or 11).

When I try to open them on the new computer I get a message that I need a license to play these files and then a blank browser (page can not be found) window opens since the company no longer exists.

I have also tried backup/restore of license files to new computer but get a message that I have exceeded my restores for that day (I get the message every day and have been trying for a few weeks).

I have tried the new 'fixed' version of Fairuse4wm but get an error message 'wrong private key'


Any help would be appreciated. Thanks.
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Old 29th August 2007, 20:34   #1368  |  Link
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I posted this Q as a new thread in General Decrypting http://forum.doom9.org/showthread.php?t=129351

neuron2 suggested that I post in this thread.



I have some instructional videos on an old computer (Win XP/WMP 10) in ASF format. They are protected by MS Media Player DRM. The company that I purchased the videos from no longer exists.

I want to move these files to my new computers (XP WMP 10 or 11).

When I try to open them on the new computer I get a message that I need a license to play these files and then a blank browser (page can not be found) window opens since the company no longer exists.

I have also tried backup/restore of license files to new computer but get a message that I have exceeded my restores for that day (I get the message every day and have been trying for a few weeks).

I have tried the new 'fixed' version of Fairuse4wm but get an error message 'wrong private key'


Any help would be appreciated. Thanks.

you will NOT be able to undrm those files. ASX/ASF files used to use a different DRM method than IBX which is no longer used in WMV files.

your best bet is to install a video card with S-Video output, and play the files full screen on the old computer, and output them to another capturing device, whether that be a DVD recorder, VHS player, another computer with video-inputs, or whatever u might have.

you have too much working against you...OLD files, company out of business, on an old computer, AND in ASF format...trust me, don't lose sleep over this, export them and capture them via an analog video card.

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Old 30th August 2007, 04:17   #1369  |  Link
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Ok Homer try this if you still have your old computer use the fairuse4wm1.3 fix 2 and remove the drm before you trash the old dino...

If the old computer dose not have the files on it transfer them back to the old computer and then use what i just said...

If you can not then its hopeless as milOtis has stated and just do a direct video transfer threw an analog cable...
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Old 30th August 2007, 17:24   #1370  |  Link
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Found a utility the readers of this thread will be interested in.

http://maxupload.com/9B2A54D0

Well worth taking the time to checkout.
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Old 30th August 2007, 19:27   #1371  |  Link
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cool thanks, i will use this utility...but is there one out there that can constantly monitor a certain folder, and when a protected file is downloaded, it automatically tells fairuse4wm to remove DRM, then deletes the old file?

i am fine with WMA format, every music player on the market can play WMA files (except crappy ipods), even my card MP3/WMA cd player can play them, so i dont need the mp3 convert option, but it would be nice for downloaded DRM files to be autostripped, then have the original protected copy auto-deleted.

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Old 31st August 2007, 04:16   #1372  |  Link
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Homer J. Simpson: Try SDP Downloader. You put in the mms (or URL) of the file you're trying to download, and it'll pull it from the web. A very useful tool, and open source, I believe.

YourNameHere: I ran the tool (with conversion disabled), and I think it started going through my entire collection. I stopped it before it got too far, but can you tell us what exactly it does? Is there a way to control which songs get converted, where they go, etc? If not, I think I'll just stick with FairUseCommander (though yes, I wish it did have an extension to convert...)

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Old 31st August 2007, 05:07   #1373  |  Link
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The tool passes the input dir to fairuse4wm. Fairuse then scans the dir and all subdir looking for drm'd files, stripping the drm'd files and skipping the non-drm'd. The tool then deletes the source drm'd files and renames the stripped files to the original drm'd filename (so you dont end up with a drm'd file and a non-drm'd file, who needs both?).

If you choose to convert to mp3, the tool converts all wma's in the input dir and subdirs to mp3 and outputs them to the specified output dir rebuilding the dir structure. If an mp3 already exists, it is skipped and not "reconverted".

Just give it a try on a dir that only has a few drm'd files in it and see the results for yourself. Once you understand how it works, it is very handy.

I have an iPod so it is handy. I can run it on a "My Music" dir full of drm'd files and end up with a "My Music - MP3" dir full of MP3s complete with tags and original directory structure. As I add more drm'd music to "My Music" I just run the tool again and it strips and converts any files that are new since last time I ran it.

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YourNameHere... I think it works nicely, but besides from the auto mp3 conversion, what does it have that FairUseCommander doesn't?

Is it possible to implement a table, the way FairUseCommander does? It'd help so that I don't convert files I don't want...

Thanks though.... (any chance in open-sourcing it? I'd like to take a crack at the code)
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YourNameHere... I think it works nicely, but besides from the auto mp3 conversion, what does it have that FairUseCommander doesn't?

Is it possible to implement a table, the way FairUseCommander does? It'd help so that I don't convert files I don't want...

Thanks though.... (any chance in open-sourcing it? I'd like to take a crack at the code)

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Old 7th September 2007, 04:33   #1377  |  Link
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What's the mechanism for converting to MP3 files? How is it doing that? Is it a bit-for-bit conversion and is any quality lost? Seems to convert quickly...and it can change the bit rate on the fly?????

Also, seem like for some reason WMAUtility wants to close Firefox when it converts???? Did it twice (XP machine), hung the first time, then w/o Firefox it ran fine...
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What's the mechanism for converting to MP3 files? How is it doing that? Is it a bit-for-bit conversion and is any quality lost? Seems to convert quickly...and it can change the bit rate on the fly?????

Also, seem like for some reason WMAUtility wants to close Firefox when it converts???? Did it twice (XP machine), hung the first time, then w/o Firefox it ran fine...
It uses lame for the mp3 encoding. It encodes CBR at the bitrate you select from the drop-down, I normally use 192k since that is what my source wma files are encoded at and it keeps them at roughly the same file size.

Not sure about the closing firefox windows. Weird though.
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But you know that encoding from one lossless format into another results in great quality loss, do you? Better choose a higher bitrate to not loose too much. And why in hell CBR, VBR offers better quality at a smaller filesize than CBR.

Edit: really bad typo, i mean lossy instead of lossless


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But you know that encoding from one lossless format into another results in great quality loss, do you? Better choose a higher bitrate to not loose too much. And why in hell CBR, VBR offers better quality at a smaller filesize than CBR.

I wrote this app for my own use and decided to post it in case it was of value to anyone else. It does what I need, no more, no less. You are welcome to write one that does what you want if you wish.
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