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Discussion in 'DVD±R for advanced users' started by tcfreeman, Mar 2, 2005.

  1. tcfreeman

    tcfreeman Member

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    I was trying to burn a backup of Collateral using dvd xcopy platinum and as it was starting the rip it got hung up and told me that it was having a problem reading a sector. The disc is barely scratched and plays fine in my HTS player. I also got the same problem in dvd shrink and decrypter. I checked the encryption using a-ray and it came back as having dvdcrypt css/cppm. I don't have a dedicated reader installed at the moment but I have sitting in the closet that I could put back in. My burner is a pioneer A06. Are there any tips or suggestions besides get a new burner? The specific error message from dvd decrypter is:

    W 20:06:44 Failed to read Sector 3136 - The request could not be performed because of an I/O device error.

     
  2. cruester

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    Hate to say it but my only advice is get rid of DVD X Copy Platinum. At first it might look easier to burn DVDs but in the long run using DVD Shrink and/or DVD Decrypter (both free) is a lot better. There are new copy protections on DVDs since Platinum was released and this could be the problem.
     
  3. Hallywood

    Hallywood Regular member

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    Try another copy of the DVD. Sometimes it doesn't take very much of a scratch to cause read problems.
    HW.
     
  4. Hallywood

    Hallywood Regular member

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    Cruester,
    If you read through freeman's post you will see he has tried both Shrink and Decrypter. I agree with you about getting rid of XCrappy though.

    freeman,
    Have you got another PC that you can try this on?
     
  5. tcfreeman

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    Thanks Hallywood,

    If it's just a scratch that's no problem. I could just resurface the disc or get another copy as you suggested. I was just concerned that it might be a problem breaking the encryption.
     
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    By the way, no other pc available.
     
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    ripped collateral w/shrink 3.2.0.15 no problems
     
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    Well then it must just be a damaged disc. Thanks all, I think my problem has been solved.
     
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    Just out of curiosity, I see that in DVD decrypter I can either rip the movie files and write them to HDD or I could rip the disc into an ISO file on HDD. Which is better?
     
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    Neither way is better better than the other. It's just a preference thing.
     

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