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van helsing final word??

Discussion in 'DVDR' started by lawndog, Feb 4, 2005.

  1. lawndog

    lawndog Regular member

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    ok I've checked all the posts, seems most are undecided on Van Helsing, I've tried both shrink and decypt, shrink locks up and dycypt, locks up I/O error!! I would show exactly what it says but dont know how to paste and copy like that!!(please tell) Is there any sure fire way to copy this movie??
     
  2. brobear

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    You could type in the error message. I recorded Van Helsing, the complete Disc. I don't remember any problems with it. Most of the time I use HD files ripped with DVD Decrypter. Do you have the latest version? http://www.dvddecrypter.com I always leave slysoft's AnyDVD running in the background during the recording. http://www.slysoft.com Read the product description, so you know how it works. Slysoft gives a 3 week trial, so you don't have to buy it unless you like it. Shrink is a capable encoder and I've not had it stick on movies like Van Helsing. I usually use DVDCopy3 or RB/CCE, but occasionally use DVD Shrink. http://www.intervideo.com (for DVDCopy3, they have a trial)

    Copy down what the error is and let us know. So far we just know you are trying to record Van Helsing using DVD Decrypter (decypt?) and DVD Shrink. People use these apps in different combinations, what was the process you used and at what point in the process did the failure occur; analysis, encode, or burn?
     
  3. lawndog

    lawndog Regular member

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    work on anydvd then try again and post error!! TY so far
     
  4. brobear

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    TY???
     
  5. lawndog

    lawndog Regular member

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    I/O Error

    Device [1:1:0] Generic DVD RW *XMax 1401 (E:)(ATA)

    ScsiStatus: 0x02
    Interpretation: Check Condition

    CDB: 28 00 00 1E 37 B0 00 00 01 00
    Interpretation: Read (10)-Sector: 1980336

    Sense Area: 70 00 03 00 00 00 00 0A 00 00 00 00 02 00 00 00 00 00
    Interpretation: No Seek Complete




    Ideas???
    I tried using Shrink first, and it locks up at 47% I tried using AnyDvD but I'm not sure how, can't find guide on it!! And with these I allready tried going through the file then the selection instead of the quick buttons!! Got me stumbed Thanks again
     
  6. lawndog

    lawndog Regular member

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    that error was with decypter, yes the new 1
     
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    If I'm not mistaken, I think I burned that movie using just DVD Shrink and Nero6. I also used DVD DeCrypter and VobBlanker back then. Now I use AnyDVD and DVD Shrink along with Nero6.
     
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    Shrink error=

    DvdShrink encountered an error and cannot continue
    Failed to read file "E:\"
    Data Error(cycle redundancy check)
     
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    You probably have a bad master. Check for scratches or dirty disk. I've had no problem with this disk. Nothing unique about it.
     
  10. brobear

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    lawndog
    Is the problem with just this one disc or is it happening with your other DVDs? If it's just the Van Helsing, then whoever said "it's probably a bad disc" is probably right. There was nothing special about the DVD and was an easy backup.
     

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