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Ten Commandments Disc 2 Copy Errors

Discussion in 'DVD±R for advanced users' started by tboy25, Apr 5, 2005.

  1. tboy25

    tboy25 Member

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    I am having serious problems copying disc 2 of the Ten Commandments DVD. Nothing I use will enable copying capabilities. Does anyone know what's going on and how I can get this disc to copy once and for all? Thanks!

    PS - I've used AnyDVD in conjunction with DVDShrink. I've also used SmartRipper to no avail.
     
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    binkie7 Moderator Staff Member

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    What error message are you receiving?
     
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    DVDShrink tells me that there's a Cylic Redundance Check or something like that and SmartRipper just starts producing broken blocks at a VERY slow speed and just stops altogether.
     
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    The CRC errors usually indicates something's wrong with the disc - corrupt files, bad scratches, fingerprints, bad press. Try cleaning the disc off. I usually use a soft eye glass cleaner cloth. Others on the board have recommended toothpaste - do a search for that.
    If that doesn't work switch drives if you have another one. You can also try DVD Decrypter (free) - that sometimes works.
    For more info on this error check out this site: www.softwarepatch.com/tips/cyclic-redundancy.html
    I never tried their repair program or others advertised so I can't vouch for them.
    In the end you may need to get another original disc to be able to back it up.
     
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