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DVD DYCRYPTER ERROR. E 21:39:24 Failed to Write Sectors 2295104 - 2295135 - Logical Block Address

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  1. mustNSmWO

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    DVD DYCRYPTER ERROR

    "E 21:39:24 Failed to Write Sectors 2295104 - 2295135 - Logical Block Address out of Range."

    it says would i like to retry or abort and then it comes up again retry or abort, etc.

    Any suggestions?
     
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    This means that it cannot write to disc usually due to bad media.
     
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    Is there anyway of getting past this? i would love to back up this dvd.
     
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    What type of burner do you have? You may be able to get around this with a firmware upgrade.
    What type of discs (brand name) are you using?
     
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    my burner is HP and i get the iso of it with dvd shrink then burn it to a TDK DVD+R disc.
     
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    There are many types of TDK media. What is the media ID? That will show up in the screen on your right.
    There are many types of HP burners. That information is also there in the same screen.
    You should also try using ImgBurn. The burn engine is more updated for today's newer burners.
     

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