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Having problems can someone help???

Discussion in 'DVD Shrink forum' started by eric_0012, Apr 30, 2005.

  1. eric_0012

    eric_0012 Member

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    I tried to back up 2 movies, Chicago & windtalkers on DVD Shrink and got errors on both so I tried Decrypter with Chicago and got a error message again, you can see the error messages at
    http://www.eaglepi.com/error.jpg

    can anyone tell me what the problem is ????
     
  2. SDempsey

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    Looks like your discs have either got scratches on fingerprints on them, try giving them a clean and have another go at ripping them.
     
  3. Car.Mike

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    eric_0012,
    Welcome to the forum. You either have a bad press or scratches are preventing the drive form reading the DVD. A DVD standalone player is more forgiving than a computer and this is probably why you can view the movies on the standalone. I would take them back to exchange them and see if you can find better copies
     
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    Hi
    I copied this off the dvd decrypter website, from LIGHTNING_UK the author of dvd decrypter.

    I/O Errors are NOT bugs!!!! (well, not 99.99999% of the time anyway)

    An I/O Error is my way of displaying a problem your drive had with the disc or your system config (mainly a disc problem though).

    Unrecovered read errors, Seek errors, Servo errors, Focusing errors, L-EC Errors, ECC errors, CIRC Unrecovered errors etc. are all your drives way of saying "I don't like this disc".

    Clean the disc, update your drives firmware (http://www.rpc1.org), try it in another drive, get another copy.

    END OF STORY!

     

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