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The Covenant

Discussion in 'DVD Shrink forum' started by grembo, Apr 17, 2007.

  1. grembo

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    i have tryed to back up this film using shrink but am getting the message ( error i/o overlap ) AnyDvd wont work. Have ripped to H/D using Fab D , but trying to burn via shrink gives the same message, none of my other burning tools will work. Any ideas please people.
     
  2. binkie7

    binkie7 Moderator Staff Member

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    Nothing really special on this one - the tools you have should have done the job.
    So run those files from DVDFab thru FixVTS - link then open them in Shrink.

    You can also try unchecking this in Shrink if checked - go to edit>preferences>file i/o tab.
    Uncheck 'enable overlapped i/o'
     
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    I'm with binkie, nothing special on this one. I ran it through RI4M without a hitch. Sometimes you get a bad press. A read scan can easily check that out.
     
  4. grembo

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    Thanks for the reply guys. I unchecked the overlap and things started to work then Shrink stalled at 31%of analysing with the message (error out of memory not enough storage available to process this command ) I have 20gig of memory left. I downloaded fixvts and processed the entire DVD but get the same message, AnyDVD is up to date.
     
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    Ok with version of DVDFab are you using? Try re ripping w/ the latest 3.0.9.6 if you not up to date.
    Though older version should still handle this one.
    I'm kinda thinking a bad rip maybe (?)

    You can download CloneDVD to use w/ AnyDVD - has a 21 day free trial.

    Or try RipIt4Me. You can get that here - link
     
  6. grembo

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    Finally got it..Phew I re ripped with fabD any DVD running,then shrink. Thinks may have been a bad rip.
    What is a read scan ????????
     
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    A read test scan is available in the Nero software, Plextools, and a bunch of utilities. The freeware DVDInfoPro also has the utility. It shows bad sectors on a DVD. Bad sectors are what cause read errors and the problems associated.

    You're not supposed to have AnyDVD on with DVDFab Decrypter.
     
  8. grembo

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    Thanks for the info PacMan, ya learn something new every day !!!!
     
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    You're welcome. Over the past couple years I've run across a few of the bad presses and a bunch of the badly scratched DVDs. The scratches were sort of obvious, but the bad presses can keep a person guessing for a while. The scan tells whats up and the DVD can be handled accordingly. At first I was surprised a player was that much more forgiving than a recording system.
     

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