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havin trouble help please

Discussion in 'DVDR' started by cr91rider, Jun 8, 2007.

  1. cr91rider

    cr91rider Member

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    Hey guys i have a simple question (i think) but i cannot figure it out. I am trying to copy a dvd that i have already burned previously. the programs i am running are dvd fab and shrink. I am just trying to make a copy and neither program with work.
    thanks
     
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    attar Senior member

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    Are you using the latest DVDFab HD Decrypter?
     
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    cr91rider Member

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    tried that already and came up with an error. I cant remember what the error said though. SO im gonna try it again.
     
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    cr91rider Member

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    ok the error says

    Failed to read file D
    Data error (cyclic redundancy check)
     
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    cr91rider Member

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    ok i downloaded it and it still does not work. Again i am just trying to make a straight copy of the dvd. It does not need to be decrypted or shrunk
    thanks
     
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    56delray Regular member

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    DVD Decrypter will do it by itself or Nero.

    Sounds like a bad copy. Never a good idea to copy a copy.
     
  7. creaky

    creaky Moderator Staff Member

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    copying copies is absolutely fine, provided you use decent discs, and use sensible burn speeds, no multitasking during the burn (unless of course you have a computer capable of multitasking during burning - none of mine are sufficient for this!). I use either plain ole copy/paste of the VIDEO_TS folder and burn with Nero, or rip with DVD Decrypter then burn with Nero.

    In this instance it would appear there's something wrong with your backup (remember there's no encryption on the copy)..
     
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    Instead of using DVD Decrypter just try using the nero program for the whole process. Just go to make dvd video and and use the import disk function. This may not work if your copy is scrated or otherwise corrupted but it may be worth a shot.
     
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    born2ride Regular member

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    cr91rider
    i have done those copies with out a problem. sound like a bad disc . you can scan it in nero /cd-dvd speed/ scan disc.if you have it
    your better off making two copies right off the bat.
    i thought one of the burning programs had an option to burn twice?

    hey creaky whats new? back for a few!!
     
  10. ireland

    ireland Active member

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    use anydvd to rip the copy to a folder by right clicking the fox as whe its on ye toolbar...then use any program like shrink or whay ever..as some copys have errors..

    that was just added to anydvd as a beta,also a 20 day trial

    - Fix (DVD): Possible hang if heavily scratched or damaged Video DVD was inserted
    6.1.6.1
    Download:
    http://sandbox.slysoft.com/beta/SetupAnyDVD6161.exe
     

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