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Cannot Decrypt DVD

Discussion in 'DVD±R for advanced users' started by neltec, Mar 24, 2005.

  1. neltec

    neltec Member

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    Hi

    I have the DVD Shrink 3.2 & DVD Decrypter 3.5.4.0 and the Problem is with Cleopatra, The movie is in 2 DVD the First One has no problem to Decrypt, but the Second One it cannot be Decrypted... If someone could help me out, I'll apreciated...

    I'll wait for your answers...
     
  2. venomX05

    venomX05 Regular member

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    Hey neltec,

    Have you tried using AnyDVD?

    This might do it for you, since Decrypter isn't picking it up.

    I would have no idea as to why only one is good and the second one isn't being picked up.

    Let me know how it goes.

    ;)
     
  3. sadsac

    sadsac Guest

    I'd say that your trouble can be explained with 3 words:

    1 dirt
    2 scratch
    3 error

    I'd bet your disk is either dirty, scratched, or has a manufacturing error on it. Clean it the best you can and retry it.

    I'm going out on a limb here....and recommend.....the...old.......toothpaste....trick.

    Some people say that tooothpaste can be used to remove minor scratches.

    I'll get cut down for that one!
     
  4. venomX05

    venomX05 Regular member

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    Damn! Really?!

    Guess I am going to invest in some friggin' toothpaste then.

    LOL!
     
  5. sadsac

    sadsac Guest

    There was a whole thread on the toothpaste trick a while back. It lasted for days. I've never personally tried it, but some people swear by it.

    It is a mild abrasive, you know. I have also been advised that rim polish works well.

    But please don't take my word for it. I wouldn't want you to ruin a disk because of something I referred you to that I've never tried.
     
  6. venomX05

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    Eh...it's cool, I am just going to try it on something that I can just get again, and put a couple of nicks on it to see what happens.

    Can you locate the thread?

     
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    venomX05 Regular member

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    Cool!

    Thanks! :)
     
  9. neltec

    neltec Member

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    But the Second DVD it plays the movie perfectly, The problem has to be in the software, I need a Software that it can violate the security in the DVD. The problem is in one File, All files can be decrypted but one cannot, and that file got to be the protection.

    I have install AnyDVD, I have try DVD Decrypter, DVDShrink & CloneDVD2...

    All programs it tells me the: Cyclic Redundancy Error in that File... I need a Powerful Software to copy that protected file.
     
  10. venomX05

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    Damn! What is your computer trying to do to those poor dvds?

    LOL!

    Still looking into your issue with this, cause it is strange that it isn't working even with AnyDVD and Decrypter.

    ;)
     
  11. CKY_2084

    CKY_2084 Guest

    Yes TOOTHPASTE WORKS GREAT! Although I would not try it on a DVD R disc only an actual DVD movie disc. I think it would mess up the die on a DVD R disc but I know for a fact it works on regular CDs and DVDs
     
  12. bilbo65

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    As sadsac suggested:
    Your problem is the disc. There isn't a copy protection used that AnyDVD or DVD Decrypter hasn't broken.
     
  13. venomX05

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    You got that right!

     
  14. binkie7

    binkie7 Moderator Staff Member

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    If you're getting a CRC error there is something wrong with the data on the disc or the disc itself. Try Sadsac's recommendation.
    If it were due to the protection you would receive a different error.
    You can try Decrypter in Brute Force or have it skip the bad file. If you have 2 drives try the other one. I will sometimes receive this error on 1 drive but not the other.
     
  15. neltec

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    Ok, I have rented this DVD (Twice) in 2 diferent Video Club, and got the same error...

    It's that a Coincidence? in the same file. 2_4.VOB

    Uhmmm, that's very strange thing, Another issue is that the movie plays perfectly on the DVD...

     
  16. squizzle

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    if you do the toothpaste trick, just don't use toothpaste that has baking soda in it. That'll probably scratch the hell out of the disc, which is the opposite of what you're going for.
     
  17. binkie7

    binkie7 Moderator Staff Member

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    Try and do a google for the crc error or search the boards for any other ways around it. I think there is some freeware out there to check DVD's for this and try and repair it. I've have never tried them. Might be worth a shot. I usually find a way around it: different drive, software or cleaning the disc with a soft cloth (lens cleaner). I use the same software as you except for Clone - I use Nero which has several ways to copy a movie.
    Discs that I have received this error on also play fine it's only when I try and copy do I receive that error.
    The problem could be very small that you might not see it.
    I've always been curious why they play perfectly on a stand alone but receive the CRC when copying. Maybe I'll do a search and see what I can find.
     
  18. squizzle

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    I think they play fine but don't rip fine because when ripping it is trying to get every bit off the disc but when it's playing as long as it's not enough corruption to throw the player off it keeps going. I THINK are the key words here.
     
  19. bilbo65

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    I agree. Players are inheirently less sensitive than computer DVD reader/writers to scratches, pressing errors, etc.
     
  20. sadsac

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    Maybe you should try asking if anyone else has decrypted disk 2 of Cleopatra.

    I mean, post a thread asking the specific question. I know this may be telling you to double post, but you'll probably be more apt to get a specific answer if you ask a specific question. Try asking "has anyone decrypted disk 2 of Cleopatra" instead of "cannot decrypt dvd".
     
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