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25th hour

Discussion in 'DVDR' started by silvav, Jun 11, 2004.

  1. silvav

    silvav Member

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    Anyone have any idea how to burn 25th hour? good media, good burner, shrink and decrypter. Nothing seems to work. DVD isn't scratched
     
  2. Deeman

    Deeman Guest

    What do you consider good media and burner? Not busting your nads just curious.
     
  3. fasfrank

    fasfrank Active member

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    silvav,
    Do you think you can be a bit more specific?
     
  4. Deeman

    Deeman Guest

    What model burner and brand of media do you have?
     
  5. silvav

    silvav Member

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    The burner is an HP 200j and the media i'm using are are 4.7GB 4x. I consider the burner to be good only in the fact that it has worked with almost every other movie i've tried to burn. 25th hour won't work in shrink b/c it gives me a cyclic redundancy error, and where decrypter can usually do the job on the actual movie file itself when this is the case, i can't get them to work for 25th hour. The dvd isn't scratched so i'm not sure what the problem is.
     
  6. flip218

    flip218 Moderator Staff Member

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    That is still pretty vague. But anyhow... so your not able to even read the disc? Or at least get a full rip?
     
  7. BrewDude

    BrewDude Guest

    Cyclic redundency error is usually a bad or scratched DVD. I always try to polish the DVD and make sure it is really clean. Hope this helps.
     
  8. Nephilim

    Nephilim Moderator Staff Member

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    If the disc is clean and scratch free there is a good chance it is a bad one from the factory (not uncommon).

    If you can, I'd return it for a new one and see if that doesn't clear things up :)
     

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