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Problems with DVD X Copy

Discussion in 'DVDR' started by craney, Jun 28, 2003.

  1. craney

    craney Member

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    I currently have a Dell 8200, 40 GB. 1.4 GHz; Sony DRX-510UL External Burner; and Sony DVP-NS715P DVD Player.

    I used DVD XCopy to backup a dvd, using Memorex +R. The burn was successful. However, my dvd player will not recognize the dvdr. I am able to watch the movie in my dvd burner though. I have read threads where others have played these dvdrs on this player. Any thoughts?
     
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    herbsman Moderator Staff Member

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    I also have a Sony stand alone player & you're right it'll play almost everything
    I would say at this point that DVD-R is more compatible w/ most DVD stand alone players & seeing as you have a dual-format burner I'd suggest buying a pack of Ritek G03 DVD-R & checking it out again..
    By the way , I dont think the best back up procedure even includes DVDXCopy

    My Method:
    DVD Decrypter 3.1.6 (free d/l)
    DVD2One ( http://www.dvd2one.com )
    Nero

    or
    DVD Shrink 2.3 (free d/l)
    Nero

     
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  3. craney

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    Still no success. When using Memored DVD +D, DVDXCopy says my burn is successful. However, when playing in the Sony stand alone, I can hear the disc spinning, and I eventually receive a "cannot play this disc" message.

    I have also tried Fujifilm -R and Imatation -R. DVDXCopy will not let me burn with these discs. First, after copying backup, when I place either of these discs in the drive, it reads that they are Audio CDs as well as Blank DVD -R. But when I try to burn, it is always unsuccessful. I get a message saying, "Write operation was not successful. Command sequence error reported by DVD recorder. Driver error code = 02052C00h. The disc is not successfully recorded." Following this, it states "invalid SCSI command sequence." I don't know if I am doing something wrong, or it is the burner or program, or maybe all three. Any thoughts?
     
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    Try posting in the DVDX forum as well, they would be better placed to help you.

    Chris
     
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