Yeah, That thing, cyclic redundency check , something i beging to hate so much, i google search it and every hit is about what it is and dvd this dvd that , a million ways to clean your cd with toothpaste ... Well lets make this as straight forward of a question. I got a cyclic redundency check on about 23 cds. It's legal fansubs of anime i watch and no i can't return or redownload any of it. "I know The problem" and that is i burned to fast on crappy media with a crappy burner. near the end on all 23 cd's at the same exact point there is a error and causes the show to freeze, so basically reload the cd and pop it a few seconds after that point and i can resume and watch the rest.( i tried on different cd readers and it is a physical burn issue not cd issue) To cut the bs short, i can't find the simple answer, what kinda software will allow me to copy a image of the cd to my drive Ignoring this dam cyclic redundency check. I don't care if it is screwed up at that one point, hell i'm more then happy it's there, i just need some way to force the info off the cd onto my drive so i can burn to dvd and not have a million cd's all over. i tried the direct copy off the cd drive = cyclic redundency check error, and stops/deletes the file all together. tried nero image. get 90 % of file and ends the file short right at that error and i can't some how cut out the end to finish it off. Hell i tried zipping it from the cd and then says no read error with winrar and win zip. it seems no matter what i try, when it hits that point it just won't read no matter what the heck i use , so what can i use that will allow me to make a direct rip/ copy or what ever extraction period from cd to harddrive with out some bs error going off ? any help greatly appericated !!