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Invalid DVD navigation structure problem

Discussion in 'DVDR' started by amgine, Oct 19, 2003.

  1. amgine

    amgine Member

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    Hi
    I have tried to back up "Silence of the Lambs (special edition" using dvd shrink 3 beta 5 & Nero 5.5.10.50.

    I have followed the step by step instructions from http://www.chrismccann.co.uk for both. However when I try to play the dvd on the PC the movie will not load, I have to point the player to the vob file so as to play (plays great). & on my standalone I get check disk error.

    When I loaded the burnt dvd back in to dvd shrink I get a "Invalid Dvd navigation error structure" message.

    I have on the burnt dvd VIDEO_TS folder but no AUDIO_TS folder, on my origanal Silence of the lambs disk it has both but there is nothing in the audio. should I have copied a blank AUDIO_TS folder to my back up?

    any help on this would be greatly appreciated, this is my first attempt at backing up my libary.

    I am using a Matsushita (panasonic) LF-d311sc 1x burner & using bulkpaq 2x media on W2K.
     
  2. Oriphus

    Oriphus Senior member

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    What is the DVD player that you are attempting to play it in? Go to www.dvdrhelp.com/dvdplayers.php for information on your player.
     
  3. amgine

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    My Standalone isnt the issue, the dvd fails to initilise full stop even to the menu or start playing the movie on the Pc or standalone. I guess that I can play the movie from the vob file then the vob file is ok? so is it something to do with the ifo files?

    I have been to http://www.dvdrhelp.com/dvdplayers my standalone is no problem.
     

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