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navigation pack error

Discussion in 'DVDR' started by tommytom1, Jan 28, 2007.

  1. tommytom1

    tommytom1 Member

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    I have movies that i have already burned to a dvd r. However, when i try to burn my burned movie it is giving me an error that states, Navigation pack error. i dont understand this because i already burned the movie but it wont let me burn my copy of the same movie. i use to make copies of my burned movies all the time but recently this keeps poppin up. Somebody please help me.
     
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    larrylje Active member

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    What program are you using to make a copy of the DVD?

    Try using DVD Decrypter you can get it from the link below.

    http://www.mrbass.org/dvdrip/

    All you need to do is install the program. Put the DVD in your DVD drive and start the program choose MODE/ISO/READ this will read the DVD and put an MDS/ISO file onto your hard drive.

    Once it has read the DVD you then will choose MODE/ISO/WRITE and choose the MDS file which will load the ISO file up to burn to the new blank disc. After it is done burning delete the MDS/ISO file.

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    thanks for your help. i will download decrypter and try that. I am using clone dvd with anydvd and the main error that comes up is "Cyclic redundancy check". what does this mean? Once again, thanks for your help.
     
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    Common reason why you get a Cyclic redundancy error is...

    Copy Protection that can not be decrypted by AnyDVD (Update the software)

    Scratched or Dirty DVD (clean the DVD and fix scratches with a DVD repair kit)

    A flaw in the commercial DVD or a flaw with the back up DVD if it has been burned already (data read error)

     

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