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Decrypter I/O errors at 96%

Discussion in 'DVDR' started by porkrind, Oct 15, 2004.

  1. porkrind

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    I have followed all of the guides on this site but I keep running into the same problem. When using Decryptor it works fine until it gets to 96% and then I get an I/O error. I have tried using DVD Xcopy Xpress and Shrink all with the same basic results. What am I doing wrong?

    I am running Windows XP HE, and using a NEC DVD Rw. It has always worked fine up until now. I have a buddy who is running the same programs and he doesn't have these issues. Any suggestions?
     
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    If you have the latest version of decrypter 3.5 and you have roxio installed, uninstall Roxio completely. When I went to version 3.5 I got I/O errors and partially burned disks. I uninstalled the whole roxio program and everything is working fine.
     
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    I am not running any Roxio programs. Again, I have a NEC dvd rw nd2500a 1.06 burner. No matter what I do I keep getting I/O errors after about 96% of the process. This is very frustrating. Up until this point I have been very impressed with this burner. It has to be a glitch in the OS or software somewhere. I'm wondering if doing a complete clean format would solve the problem before I get desparte and start looking for another burner. That would really hack me off to go out and spend more money for a new burner and have the same problem. Any other suggestions? You guys are my last hope.
     
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    Is this problem with one specific disc or all that you try?
     
  5. Biosgain

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    What speed are you burning at?
    I was just wondering if you have `auto insert notification` enable on the burner. It would try to read the disc as your at the finalising stage of burning - but that would be after 96% I would have thought, unless your burning at 8x maybe.
     
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    Okay, this is going to show you how simple minded I am but how do I check what you just said? I really appreciate getting some insight into this problem because it is driving me mad.
     

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