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dvd decrypter and shrink? desperate for help

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  1. m3tr0

    m3tr0 Member

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    ok, ive already burnt 1 dvd using the method of ripping with dvd shrink (burning it as an ISO) to a folder on my desktop designated for this purpose. And this process goess alright but when i goto burn it in decrypter it always messes up my dvds - for instance i got about halfway through a dvd and it got all choppy then just froze.... i have no idea what the problem is b/c i burnt 1 with this method and it plays perfect but now its even worse b/c im getting this error 10% through the burning process:
    http://img5.exs.cx/img5/4953/untitled479.jpg

    its an "I/O error"
     
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    ddlooping Active member

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    Hi m3tr0. :)

    What media are you using?
    What speed are you burning at?
    What is the brand/model of your burner?
    Is it internal or external?
    Has your hard-drive recently been defragmented?
    .... ;)
     
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    NU tech 8x dvd burner
    Im using memorex dvd-r's
    its an internal dvd-burner
    im running windows xp pro
    i have defragged recently

     
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    What speed are you burning at?
     
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    I'd suggest you try at 4x or even 2x.
     
  8. davepem

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    I'm wondering what your CPU speed is too.

    Have you tried wiping Decrypter off your computer and putting it back on.Sometimes that works.

    I've had the same problem once, so Just wondering if it is your problem too.

    Best regards,

    David.
     
  9. m3tr0

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    my cpu speed is actually very fast:
    i have an AMD 64bit 3000+mhz
    1 gig of ram

    also do i want "Burn-PROOF" checked?
     
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    what is your target dvd size
     
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    Hi m3tr0
    You may find your problem is the media. According to this site Memorex -R media (media code CMC) ranks in fourth place.
    See http://www.digitalfaq.com/media/dvdmedia.htm

    I don't believe that CMC produces 8x media yet. As ddlooping says I would burn at 4x or 2x and with a file no bigger than 4.2g. Also make sure Burn-Proof is enabled

    I hope this helps
     
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    you guys are great - thanks so much for the help i owe you all - burning at a lowerspeed and having it set to start burning with decrypter directly after ripping has made it work perfect. once again much thanks
     
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    You're welcome, m3tr0, glad to be of help. :)
     

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