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hollywoodland problems after 15 hours, no luck.

Discussion in 'DVD Shrink forum' started by driver75, Feb 6, 2007.

  1. driver75

    driver75 Member

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    i have tried ripit4me, dvdshrink, dvddecrypter, and dvdfabdecrypter, all of these are the newest versions and i can't get a backup of hollywoodland.
     
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    What errors are you getting exactly??
     
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    dvd shrink wont finish analysing, ripit4me say that there is possibly a scratch or something and to retry but there is nothing on the disc. i amgoing todo it again and post the exact message but it takes a while, thanks.
     
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    ok. shrink analizes to 46% then say
    cannot continue......
    Failed to read file "D\"
    Data error (cyclic redundancy check).
    i shall return with ripit 4 me errors.
     
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    This error means the disc is dirty or scratched. Try replacing the disc.
     
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    now ripit 4 me has detected that some of the cells that couldn't be ripped do not seem to be protectedthat might mean the disc is dirty or scratched, etc............
    But this disc is excellent on the bottom!
     
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    The only other thing i can think of is that the disc is badly pressed. Just try to get another disc.
     
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    ... and one from a different batch if possible. I've run into a few poorly pressed DVDs. They play good but the bad sectors cause recording problems. You can run a read test using DVDInfoPro, Nero's Infotools, Plextools, or a number of other disc analysis programs. You can actually see the bad sectors on a graph corresponding to the position the DVD stalls out, if that is the problem.
     
  9. Shardel

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    You must have gotten a bad disc. I used Shrink on this movie with
    no problem.
     
  10. cartjunky

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    Bad media
     
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    cartjunky ,
    It is a bad mastering press as it could not be read and not bad media
     
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    Gotta be a bad press I did it with AnyDVD and Nero Recode. I just watched it. Played flawlessly.
     
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    15 hours? I think after 2 hours, I would begin to think there is a problem lol.

    Be that as it may, there really isn't anything special on this disc that would cause decryption issues. It must be a bad press. Just replace it with a new one. I don't think a retail store has turned me down when I said the disc doesn't work. They happily exchange it.
     
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    Guess most of us agree, get a new DVD and make sure you don't get any smudges when putting it in the drive.
     
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    Sorry for the confusion. I was referring to the movie title.
     

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