Discussion in 'DVDR' started by oe3, Mar 21, 2005.
i'M USING DVD DECRYPTER AND KEEP GETTING AN I/O ERROR WHEN COPYING AND hELP
it could be scared due to you shouting at it
(turn off the CAPS)
plus we need more to go on....
BY CAPS DO YOU MEAN CAPS LOCK?
You are quite intuitive!
The Message reads I/O Device Error 1:1:0 philips dvd+rw-01 1.90 (E (ATA)
scsi status 0x02
interpretation: check condition
cdb: 28 00 00 19 a0 a6 00 00 01 00
(posting error)(0x15, 0x82)
Then gives me the option of abort retry ignore
retry just keeps bring the same eoor baxk and ignore creates a new one. and suggestion?
Is this while copying the original to your hard drive or when recording to blank media?
it is while copying to my hard drive
I get that error when reading sometimes if the disc is badly scratched or dirty.
An I/O error that is.
I've tried several disk and have cleand and de scratched them and it still does it but thanks for the input.
well it seems you now have an error that can be searched for in the forums; also, pls have a search in the dvd decryptor official forum (or a google search); it may give you a few more pointers which in turn can enable the guys here to help you more. (I would but dvd decryptor never plays me up yet (touch wood) hence i haven't needed to interpret it's error messages
This is a qoute from LIGHTNING UK! from his forum about I/O Errors
here is the link you might have to register to read it
doh i hadn't come across that particular quote before. Far be it from me to be the 00.00001% to argue with him !!
Have you tried cleaning the lens on your DVDRW drive?
I found it with a search at the Decrypter Forums [bold]I/O errors[/bold] I had seen it before there.
of course i'm not admitting i hadn't searched properly myself
(shuffles feet uncomfortably)
Too busy at the Pub again? LOL
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