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repairing home made dvd-r

Discussion in 'DVDR' started by atvjimbo, Sep 22, 2004.

  1. atvjimbo

    atvjimbo Guest

    I made a family dvd using a panasonic dvd-r recorder.
    Someware along the way it became unreadable. I bought a copy of dvdx rescue hoping to fix the problem. The program did read the disk and actually showed .vob files. I suspect the toc is messed up. Anyhow the program won't record any .vob files to my hard disk after running. If I try to record individual files I get a message that there isn't enough space for the file, but there is. Any suggestions or recomended software to recover these files?
     
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    Yup, tried cleaning the disk. One other issue enters the overall picture, the disk was never finalized. The disk was created using many recording sessions, recovered from vhs tapes. I don't think I can recreate this recording, thus all the effort in trying to recover the .vob sessions. I don't know too much about the multiple recording sessions, is it possible I went over some limit thus messing up the toc? There was still recording space left befor the crash.
     
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    In that case your option is to try those programs I mentioned. Let us know if they work so we can recommend them to others!
    Adder.
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