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Discussion in 'DVDR' started by cfl777, Aug 31, 2004.

  1. cfl777

    cfl777 Member

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    i tried to copy pearl harbor and an error at 56% came up and said Copy protection error - the read failed because the sector is encrypted can anyone help
     
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    What software are you using to copy the DVD?
     
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    dvd shrink then i burn with nero
    the problen occured in dvd shrink
     
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    Navig8r Regular member

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    Have you upgraded to the latest version of Nero at least 6? This should correct the problem. you can get it here www.nero.com
     
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    it has nothing to do with nero
    it happened while it was analyzing in dvd shrink
     
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    yo cfl777, that was one suggestion that was made on the forums here, it was said that any nero version under 6 caused a conflict with DVD Shrink and certain DVD's, anyway another suggestion that was made was using DVD43 you can get it here www.dvd43.com it is designed to remove CSS copy protection and run in the background of DVD Shrink...anyway go to the link and read about it, this should help you. any ?'s on above feel free to ask.
     
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    Rip the DVD with dvd decrypter first , then use shrink.
     
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    thanks but what about using just dvd decrypter and then just burning with nero?
     
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    MAN dvd decrypter did the same thing at 59%?????????

    i was able to skip the file but how do i know what file it skipped and if its part of the movie
    should i just shrink it and burn it???
     
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    Have you tried cleaning the disc?

    If it still falls over at the very same point, then there maybe an uncleanable spot on the disc (heavy scratch or fade patch) or indeed actual data corruption.

    In which case you would need to aquire another copy.....
     
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    ok thanks
     
  13. gorangel

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    cfl777 , i read something about fake cells inserted inside the movie , that redirects to a unreadable sector. I also read that the last dvd decrypter version (3.5.0.0)can fix that.
    Another workarroud is to use a VOB editor , find the fake cell and delete it.
     

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