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cyclic redundancy check

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  1. toniej

    toniej Member

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    I have just updated dvd2, and since then I keep getting,the processing error: D:/VIDEO_TS/VTS_01_1.VOB: "data error (cyclic redudncany check)." I have cleaned the DVD surface(s) as directed, and I am still having problems. I have also tried uninstalling and installing the program.
     
  2. rab48124

    rab48124 Regular member

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    It could be a scratch, Dirty (you cleaned it ) or just a bad pressing of the dvd.
     
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    what movie is it??
     
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    rab48124 Regular member

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    Guess He/She figured it out!
     
  5. toniej

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    Thanks for your responses, I hadn't figered it out, I have just been working a lot of hours. I cleaned both the original disc and the the recordable disc, and nothing worked. I was trying to burn "Click" and "Littleman". When you say bad pressing, are you referring to placing the disc onto the holder?
     
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    toniej
    i do not use dvd2 so i can't help you there. but i did click use dvdfab 3.0.3.5 and shrink then nero.
    if you search for click you my find so answers.
    here a quote form alkohol.

    "Here are 2 of the best simple and FREE tools. Both are extremely useful, a must have. I've been using them and never encountered any DVDs/movies that I can not rip and backup.

    <1> DVDFAB Decrypter 3.0.3.8Beta (FREE & simple) http://www.dvdidle.com/free.htm
    <2> RipIt4Me (FREE & simple)

    Method 1: DVDFAB guide
    DVDFAB Decrypter +DVD Shrink + ImgBurn guide Just skip STEP #2 (VobBlanker), unless DVD Shrink is throwing up (or having issue) or you're an advanced user and know what/where to blank out.


    Method 2: RipIt4Me guide
    Here RipIt4Me +DVD Shrink + ImgBurn full guide Just follow this guide slowly and you'll be able to rip any DVDs around the world.

    Enjoy the new guide."
    hope it helps

     
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    Hi toniej, by bad pressing Commercial made dvd's are pressed not burned, Kinda like albums. Once and a while you might get a bad on, but two in a row? not likley. Try another program like born2ride said, Let us know and good luck.
     

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