Discussion in 'DVD±R for advanced users' started by msmall40, Nov 5, 2004.
I get a i/o error when 3 fourths of the way through. Now what?
Post what the error is and that'll give us an idea of what we are dealing with.....................
Here is my I/O error when using DVD Decrypter:
Device[1:0:0]_NEC DVD+RW ND-1100a 1.90 (E(ATA)
Interpretation: Check Condition
CDB: 28 00 00 1D F4 20 00 00 01 00
Sense Area:F0 00 03 00 1D F4 20 0A 00 00 00 00 02 00 00 00 00 00
Interpretation: No Seek Complete
Abort Retry Ignore
I have tried retry and ignore several times, it won't work!
I assume you are trying to 'rip' a commercial disc.
That fault normally points to a couple of problems:
1. Bad/corrupted data on the source disc.
2. Dirty/scratched area on the disc.
3. Possible bad compatibility with the media and your reader - only usually applicable on non-commercial dvd's.
Try and obtain another copy of it and retry...............
- i get this 'no seek complete' error also.
this is using an NEC 2510A burner, and the disc i want to copy is one created on a standalone philips dvdr75 machine.
any ideas why this error keeps occurring - this is with nero, dvd decrypter, dvd shrink.
the disk is a new Imation dvd+RW...
any help woould be most appreciated
Are you trying to copy from a copy?
- i'm only trying to copy a disc that has stuff recorded from vhs on it.
seems odd that ripping 'original' dvds is not a problem, and yet one with england v argentina on it copied over from vhs, is presenting such a issue...
Certain disks like the brand "Imitation" will not copy from a copy. I have Imitation brand copies of movies and my brother wanted me to copy them for him and they would not copy. I had to go and either buy the movie or rent the movie in order to copy the. I hope this helps, if not, contact the disk brand manufactuer for help.
cheers for the thoughts, but i can't believe that all Imation discs would present this problem - i can extract the individual VOB files from the dvd, but not copy the dvd as usual - perhaps its something to do with the way the philips machine burns dvds?
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