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Transformers G1 not copying

Discussion in 'DVD Shrink forum' started by djskrilla, Feb 8, 2008.

  1. djskrilla

    djskrilla Member

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    I am am backing up some already backed up discs, a.k.a the discs I have are dvd+r's. I have DVD shrink and decription software. The orginial dvds are from China. If you are interested it is like a 25 disc set of all the G1 cartoons plus the movie. The set is on amazon, and yes they are in english. I digress. I have copyed all but 3 discs and they will always get to about 70% analyzing and stop. It moves very slow and takes an hour for it to analyze. If anybody has any ideas I would love to hear them.
     
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    dialysis1 Regular member

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    It's most likely your discs. Since you don't have the originals, there's not much that can be done. You should be able to copy them without any software.
     
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    After the 70% analyzation,do you get a CRC error?

    If they are copies,no encryption,and properly sized-most programs can back them up. But,if those copies were on crappy media,burned too fast,paper sticker label slapped in the,or burned on a crappy burner-then that can cause issues when it's time to re-rip them later.

    Gotta make your 1st copy as well as possible. Quality media, 4x-8x burn,quality burner-and no sticker labels.

    Try this free program:

    http://www.imgburn.com/

    It's a very aggressive ripper and very simple:

    ImgBurn/Mode Read-remember where that movie goes and rip to harddrive.

    If it successfully ripped to HD:

    ImgBurn/Mode/write/locate that movie/click the MDS folder/open/set burn speed 4x and burn away.

    Very similar to dvd decrypter's ISO read and write mode,just a more improved by the same author LightningUK. It's my main DL backup program as well.
     
  4. djskrilla

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    It prolly is the discs that it was burnt to the first time. My dvd burner is old so it is really not the best out there. I will have to get the orginals i suppose. Thanks for the help.
     

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