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DVD Plays fine, but can't decrypt or copy!

Discussion in 'DVD±R for advanced users' started by achiever3, May 7, 2007.

  1. achiever3

    achiever3 Member

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    I have three DVD's (that I burned from ISO's- I KNOW the ISO's are fine) that play just fine in my DVD players, but CANNOT be decrypted or copied.

    When I use DVDDecrypter, I get this error:

    Scsi Status: 0x02
    Intrepretation: check condition
    CDB: 28000009CB5000000100
    Interpretation Read (10)- sector 641872
    Sense Area... (some long string of numbers)
    Interpretation: CIRC Unrecovered Error

    When I use DVD shrink, I get:

    data error (cyclic redundancy check)


    The discs are NOT scratched.
    I've tried Slysoft AnyDVD, DVDFab, RipIt4Me etc & none of them work.

    I'd like to repair the DVD so I can copy/decrypt it (I tried FixVTS, but that doesn't seem to work on discs, only files already on your computer- I may be wrong).

    THANKS in advance!
     
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    binkie7 Moderator Staff Member

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    What media did you use? That can make a big diff.
    Been there done that with poorer quality media that had started to go south. CRC errors.

    Players are more forgiving then when trying to rip. If they get bad enuf then you will have playback problems. Ripping tries to rip every byte where are player may just skip over w/o you noticing.

    If you have another drive try that one - some are better than others at ripping these discs.

    If the firmware isn't up to date - up date it.

    You can also try IsoBuster.
    It will insert a dummy cell when it hits a bad spot if you choose yes. But if you get too many of these in a row may not be worth it - will affect the playback.
     
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    Thanks,

    any suggestions for free programs I can try?
     
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    binkie7 Moderator Staff Member

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    IsoBuster is shareware but has free functionality. Would be able to do what you need.
    The license you can buy just unlocks more functionality - but so far the free functionality is all I've needed.
     
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    SOUNDS GREAT

    Thanks alot, my friend!
     
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    binkie7 Moderator Staff Member

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    You're welcome :)

    Give it a go - neat little tool to have anyhow even with just the free functionality.
     

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