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Spanglish won't encode or rip......(CRC error)

Discussion in 'DVD Shrink forum' started by Heeeeeee, Apr 12, 2005.

  1. Heeeeeee

    Heeeeeee Guest

    here is information on the dvd that won't encode or rip for that matter...it always gets to 37% then it fails and gives me the following error:

    "DVD shrink has encoutered an error and cannot continue
    Failed to read file G:\
    Data error (cycle redundancy check)"

    i use dvd shrink 3.2
     
  2. Veblin

    Veblin Active member

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  3. Heeeeeee

    Heeeeeee Guest

    yeah, sorry.....i searched for it only after I posted the thread :eek:

    thanks man :)
     
  4. Argg

    Argg Regular member

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    Go find a program called anydvd. Google it. It will fix your problem. Make sure it's the latest version.
     
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  5. creaky

    creaky Moderator Staff Member

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    don't want to make this thread go on as there's the official thread now, but there's also (free) dvd decrypter to try. Your disc could be dirty, scratched etc, give it a careful clean and try decrypter.

    edit- i wish i could delete this post now as i've made this thread go on now !
     
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  6. Argg

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    I repeat. Go find a program called AnyDVD v 4.6.3.1.

    Yous disk is not dirty or scratch. Sony Entertainment tries to stop people from backing dvd's up by putting in a css protection key. It the same with Resident Evil, Suspect Zero, Hotel Rwanda, Ocean's Twelve.

    They Are starting to do it with all the movies now.

    You can tell, when on the back it has a small picture of a black dvd and a gray dvd with a red circle with a line though it.

     
  7. creaky

    creaky Moderator Staff Member

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    @Argg -
    - not 100% correct - see Official Spanglish Thread -
    http://forums.afterdawn.com/thread_view.cfm/178337[/quote]


    I've seen a few posts of your today pushing anydvd as THE only option. Now you're stating that there aren't dirty or scratched discs out there. Not correct my friend
     
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  8. sindone

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    no need to pay for anydvd when you can just rip it to your hard drive with dvd decrypter then shrink it with dvd shrink......works every time for me when i have trouble with a Sony disk
     
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    If you are getting CRC errors which are almost always disc related, then using AnyDVD or DVD Decrypter or a Crystal Ball won't help you. None of these programs will clean, degrease or repair scratches.
    Some may be less sensitive than others but not by much. Probably more dependent on the sensitivity of the DVD reader you are using. Solution? Clean or get a different disc.
     
  10. crozzman

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    Check out this link, I like to call the "official" Cycle Redundancy Check link.

    http://forums.afterdawn.com/thread_view.cfm/1/124000

    It's got some great information on how to get scratches and marred discs to read. But if all else fails, get another disc.
     

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