Add Nero's new package to that (6.1 Reloaded I think it's called) which will rip to a HDD and then / or rip / copy to another DVD, should you have a burner. If you don't have a burner, most of the progs that mod. mentioned will then create a VCD which you can burn to a CD in Video format.
Unless the disc is protected, you should be able to copy the VideoTS and Audio TS folder over to your HD and then play on your computer. If it is an actual Hollywood movie, then the other boys have covered it although they are becoming harder nuts to crack with all the protection software being developed.
I use Vegas and Architect which are high-end video programs for all my DVD creation and burning.
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