At this time I don't believe it's your drive at all. I think the brute force cracking routines fail if there isn't enough data to support the key finding algorythm. This was the simplest and quickest option to achieve an end result. I am making it in a proggy called wink in Flash and it is working really good I just got to figure out how to publish it on the net??
Sign up for a free OCAU account and this ad will go away! And YES I know deamon won't backup! Please add us! I've read somewhere that some "Copy Protected" DVDs have a CRC error burned into the disc so that the ripping process fails.
In the afterdawn forums, which kept popping up in my searches, there's a lot of talk about this or that windows program to use to rip a specific disk, but not If I try to copy the files to my hard drive from the mounted DVD it will stall about 30% of the way through and lock the system up. If that's what you have been doing, try ripping the DVD to an ISO image with DVDDecrypter. It is using less resources when just ripping all the files off the disk therfore all of it's consentration is focusing on ripping the DVD and not ripping and creating an
the exact error is "failed to read the file "E:\" Data Error(C.R.C.)" E of course is the dvd drive. If that works, you can then mount the image with daemon tools and run DVDShrink on the mounted image (and sorry about the wasted rental). It appeared on the first page but when I did the search again, I coudn't find it. Dvd Decrypter A dirty disc, 2.
Before attempting to rip (that means with DVD Decrypter totally closed on your PC) - Start the DVD playing on your PC's player. But I've backed up pretty bad looking ones before! For example, if the lead in area or end points is damaged, you will most likely have problems accessing the cd or dvd and receive the same CRC error as I After 2 complete passes, step 5.
this is almost a 6 year old thread!! __________________ LG GP60 19-09-2009 #8 Isharu New on Forum Join Date: Sep 2009 Posts: 3 Re: FIX!: CRC errors, unreadable Dvdfab if that fails as mentioned your disc maybe scratched. again, thank you guys. I've also tried both my burners-a Pioneer DVD-RW DVR-108 Firmware v1.18 (that can handle dual layer) and LITE-On DVDRW LDW-851S Firmware GS0P.
I hope As long as you keep all the files after opening them up in file mode under Shrink it is just like Hitting open disk you get all the same http://www.computing.net/answers/hardware/dvd-data-error-cyclic-redundancy-check/78314.html It will lead you to getting more errors than are actually there as it will fail at reading anything that isnt perfect when normally the drive would just retry a couple Dvd Shrink Cyclic Redundancy Check Error Fix What do I do with deamon? Roadkil's Unstoppable Copier Maybe the conditions where'nt perfect after all.
I've had success doing this by using the trial program CDClone to copy a badly scratched problem disc to a new one. DVD Decrypter is much better at ripping problematic disk's Last edited: Feb 22, 2005 bbmayo, Dec 9, 2004 #10 bretweb24 Member Joined: Aug 6, 2004 Messages: 12 Likes Received: 0 A bad disc from the Mfgr. thats it, hopefully this helps ne1 out there having trouble nothing is garunteed. (sp) 12-10-2003 #2 FutureProof Retired Senior Admin Join Date: Oct 2001 Location: True Blue Cdcheck
Perhaps b/c I skipped files that could not be read by using ScubaPete's method. your having a bad day... Do you even know what it does?! If you're considering getting it, you should get it before the end of the year.
If the disk(s) show errors on other computers, bin them. Anydvd No matter how many times shewould try copying the file to her desktop, she would get the same error, informing herthe file could not be copied due to some type of You can just shrink everything by the same amount to make it fit (not recommended), you can adjust the compression for individual items to give the most space to the main
DVD shrink Data Error (cyclic redundancy check) Discussion in 'DVD Shrink forum' started by weehawk, Nov 8, 2004. Every time I copy files from the older style DVDs, I get the "Data Error: Cyclic Redundancy Check" notice which stops me from copying any more files from the disc. I understand that you're "new" BUT a little forethought would go a long, long way to out-lining your problem instead of us trying to guess what it is you're talking about. Sites MetaFilter AskMeFi FanFare Projects Music Jobs IRL MetaTalk Best Of Podcast Links Home FAQ About Archives Tags Popular Random Wiki Search Chat Labs Members Sign Up Log In Search MetaFilter…
A thank you would be nice, if I have helped. It may be gaving trouble with the burner but for now, lets hope not! If there really is a way to over come the "redundancy error" that way, I would sure like enlightment. Report • #9 OtheHill May 31, 2011 at 06:18:53 In the future don't work with files larger than 4GB in FAT32.
jippiejajee30th October 2004, 23:19An image is just a copy of the total content of the disc in a specific format. Such opinions may not be accurate and they are to be used at your own risk. Its as simple as that. ---not an option as is in a laptop and dont have access to another computer/drive. Quote 16th Jun 200503:44 #6 chris18 View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message Member Join Date : Nov 2003 Location : Euro Free England (Essex) Originally Posted by waheed Usually,
weehawk, Nov 8, 2004 #1 ScubaPete Senior member Joined: Mar 13, 2003 Messages: 6,324 Likes Received: 0 Trophy Points: 116 Hi weehawk, welcome to aD, A "CRC" error is most The disk may benefit from a buff (as they do in the video shop), but it theres a chance it could make it worse. http://www.tdk.com.au/product_DVDArmour.asp. Thanks Have reauthored the tracks in DVDShrink and it seems to have worked just fine.
There are too many millions of existing DVD players that the DVD has to be compatible with. Now did I misunderstand that or are you only to use the settings for a CRC problem then return it back to the defaults. Powered by vBulletin™Copyright © 2014 vBulletin Solutions, Inc. It is using less resources when just ripping all the files off the disk therfore all of it's consentration is focusing on ripping the DVD and not ripping and creating an
Trahald29th October 2004, 19:06Can you provide a link to that thread please? http://www.cdrlabs.com/reviews/ Issue 2 Back to Archive OCAU News - Wiki - QuickLinks - Pix - Sponsors Overclockers Australia Forums > Software Topics > General Does the dvd play fine on your PC from start to end without any pauses or glitches. They updated the design with a lighter shade of blue, so yes, they are of greater age, but only slightly to those of the current design.
how can I get DVD Shrink to "forget" where it left off, and start a new analysis? (I even uninstalled and re-installed Shrink but it still remembers, also there is no Any advice would be appreciated. Software cracks, bypassing or breaking copy protection mechanisms are illegal in Australia. __________________ "Haters gonna hate." => "I have no logical rebuttal to your criticism so I'm going to say something