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error with Alcohol and DVD Decrypter backing up Samurai Warriors...???

Discussion in 'PS2 - DVD backup discussion' started by Spunks3, Sep 15, 2004.

  1. Spunks3

    Spunks3 Regular member

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    i am trying to copy my Samurai Warriors PS2 DVD and i get this error around 93% in alcohol 120% and dvd Decrypter

    ####################### Dumping/Recording Progress Log #######################
    22:36:30 Processor info: AMD Athlon(tm) 64 Processor 3400+ (1795MHz)
    22:36:30 Disc dumping: (D:) TOSHIBA ODD-DVD SD-R6252(1:0)
    22:36:30 Reading Mode: General Mode
    22:36:30 DVD Source Info: Session: 1, Track: 1, Length: 4.05 GB / 472:19:15
    22:36:33 Writing image file: C:\Documents and Settings\Christopher Vincelli\Desktop\Downloads\marcs\NEW.mdf
    22:47:37 Disc read error at: 1969578
    22:47:38 Disc dumping failed!
    22:47:38 Error message: [03/11/00] - Unrecovered Read Error
    22:47:39 C:\Documents and Settings\Christopher Vincelli\Desktop\Downloads\marcs\NEW.mds: Image file writing aborted!
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    i dunno what to do, i tryed it 3 times already... can sum1 please help!!! and if u can i need the ID inserter
     
  2. Spunks3

    Spunks3 Regular member

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    has any1 had this problem??

    and if u have Disc ID Inserter, please send to spunks310@yahoo.com
     
  3. Rook

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    What that looks like to me is that your DVD drive is having trouble reading that disc. That disc may have some scratches on it, or the lens on your drive may need to be cleaned.

    The best way to make sure is to use Nero's CD/DVD Speed to run a scandisk (surface scan) on that disc. If there are any red blocks (unrecoverable read errors), Alcohol will give that error.

    If your disc is all scratched up, try sticking it in a disc restorer like a Skip Dr. or something.
     
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    yea its scratched to hell now that i looked at it, thnx
     

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