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HELP data error

Discussion in 'DVD Shrink forum' started by rev_baub, Oct 26, 2004.

  1. rev_baub

    rev_baub Member

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    Hello.
    I seem to be having complications with burning DVD+Rs.
    I have been ripping the movies and burn them. So far, DVD shrink 3.2 has been ripping perfectly, and the images look good, but when I burn with Nero Ulra 6.0, the last couple of chapters on every dvd seem to skip/freeze/lockup. I have tried three types of DVD media, GQ, Verbatum, and currently memorex. They all do it. I have also tried a different burner, a BTC, and the one now, a LiteOn 8x8x16x DVD+/-R/RW which is a combo and also burns CDs. I have tried burning with DVD decryptor instead, and it does not seem to help. I have also updated the firmware on the burner to no avail. About one in 5 burn properly, but the bad burns always give a data error: cyclical redundancy check error if I try to open them in DVD Shrink.
    Please help if anyone else knows

    Thanks
     
  2. cynthia_

    cynthia_ Regular member

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    Have you updated your Nero to latest version. It's free.
     
  3. rev_baub

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    i am doing that now, but I was able to just last night burn 4 dvds in a row that worked, by unchecking the finalize disc box on nero. If it does not finalize, they appear to work. Why would this be?
     
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    Are your discs badly scratched or dirty?? Try a good cleaning...
     
  5. Adder01

    Adder01 Regular member

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    Don't kow why unchecking finalize would fix this. Are you sure it fixed the ones that wouldn't work previously?

    CRC means a physically damaged disc...99% of the time. The only other thing I have heard of which causes a CRC error is a damaged hard drive (bad sectors). So you might want to scan your drive to check.

    Adder.
     
  6. rev_baub

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    dvds are brand new, clean and scratch free. The hard drive came back no problems.
     

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