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Error message causes confusion

Discussion in 'DVD Shrink forum' started by blueandy, Feb 22, 2005.

  1. blueandy

    blueandy Member

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    I've been using DVD Shrink for several months now with no problems at all. Today I went to take a backup of a dvd called Valentine (made in 2001), and immediately an error message came up about encrypted disk and I could not proceed any further.

    Next I copied the Video directory from the dvd itself to my hard drive and ran Shrink again pointing at this directory on hard drive, and this time everything worked fine and I was able to burn a dvd succesfully.

    Im confused as to why I was able to copy it to hard drive and then run the program without having the encryption error message.
     
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    what did you use to copy it onto your hardrive?

    decrypter?

    this is a more powerful ripper
     
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    no a straight forward copy and paste -- I couldnt believe it when it worked
     
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    Following on from the above, I had another curious problem today.

    I was backing up a dvd of a TV series, the first two disks of which I copied last week with no problems.

    Disk 3 today gave the error "failed to read drive d, Data error, cyclic redundancy check".

    It refused to analyse the disk. I put the dvd into the other drive on my system and had the same problem.

    I was able to copy (copy and paste) to my hard drive and run Shrink against it fine from there. I have no problems playing original disk back on my computer.

    Afterwards I ran another disk through Shrink with no problems at all - so I am really confused here, particularly as disks 1 & 2 of this series worked fine.
     

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