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Unknown VOBU error message when burning disk in CloneDVD - help!

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  1. nmr1279

    nmr1279 Member

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    I have been backing up and burning disks for awhile and this is the first time I ever received this error message. After I click "Go", Clone says: Creation of DVD files was not successful
    Scheduler 0 c:/movie/video TS/VTS_01_1.VOB:32: unable to open file TC Sector Reader TCE
    PS 29 VOBU 3 1 VOBU 4 73216 137 TCE

    The movie files play fine on my computer - there seems to be no flawed areas, so I am not sure what could be wrong.
    Does anyone know what this means and how to get around it?

    Thanks in advance!!
     
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    flip218 Moderator Staff Member

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    are you using AnyDVD or DVD43? or a similar program?
     
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    In this case, I only used DVDShrink. After that, I use CloneDVD to burn the shrinked files onto a disk. Occasionally there are extra copyrights, which then I use DVDDecrypter and Vob Blanker before I use DVDShrink.
    This movie didn't have extra copyrights and I easily got the files off the disk and onto my computer. They play fine. When I try to write them onto a disk in CloneDVD, I get an error. I haven't had this problem before, so I am not sure how to get around it.
    Thanks!
     
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    that is an odd way of doing it. Try ripping w/ DVD Decrytper first then run it through CloneDVD2
     
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    I don't have CloneDVD 2 unfortunately and haven't been able to upgrade after repeated attempts..but that's a whole other post!
    Also, I lent my disk out to a friend so I can't run it thru decrypter for a few days. is there anything i can do with the files i already have on my computer without having the original disk?
    is there any program that can take the VS files and fix the problem?
     
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    Well which clonedvd are you using?

    Your files may not need fixing, it may just be clonedvd. Try burning the video_ts file w/ another burning app. like nero or copytodvd. Both have trial versions.
     
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    I am using CloneDVD 1.
    I will download a trial version of a different program and see if that works. Hopefully it will since it doesn't seem like there is anything is wrong with the files.
     

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