It's Linux for the Xbox - XDSL stands for X(box) Damn Small Linux, it's only 50mb in size and with my puny 8 gig hard drive, it's the best I can Is there a proper way to do this?? What proggy are you using ? You start the program up, load the movie and save the output to your hard drive. navigate to this website
Sony included, but not a Bueno Vista, yet, I think. Im using DVD Shrink (3.2) and DVD Decrypter(the new one,=} ok, I have an original disc, its a series disc from the Sopranos. TechSpot is a registered trademark. The time now is 12:13. https://www.techwalla.com/articles/how-to-fix-a-dvd-shrink-error-cyclic-redundancy-check
Ghitulescu View Public Profile Find More Posts by Ghitulescu 11th March 2010, 03:40 #16 |Link Koby Registered User Join Date: Feb 2010 Posts: 10 I'm now trying Old Dogs... Originally Posted by tcory I have been lucky I guess, because I put in my drive use DVD Shrink and shrink to my HD and then use IMGBURN to burn to Koby View Public Profile Visit Koby's homepage! If I want commercials, I'll watch public TV. :roll: If you have kids, it's even more imperative that you rip your DVDs and BluRays - the kids WILL destroy any disc
I can view them with my avi player on the computer. Steps 2 through 5 may be repeated as required to recover disc. If the disc refuses to play, take 1 large 12oz. Dvd Shrink Cyclic Redundancy Check Error Fix Get the free version of DVDFab instead.
so I found it odd Zombieland wouldn't work. Rip with something that is updated on a regular basis to deal with newer copy protections like dvdfab decrypter then open with dvd shrink to transcode to fit on a SL It's just particular movies that these programs are having problems with, and I'm looking for a way to either fix the programs, or find a program that will work to rip http://club.myce.com/f34/dvd-shrink-problem-data-error-cyclic-redundancy-check-125523/ The Jackal06-05-2010, 12:58 PMI use xDSL for casual internet surfing and typing docs, for everything else I use my Toshiba laptop with bullshit Vista...
but dvd decrypter wont get around my current problem according to the other post . Dvd Shrink 3.2 Cyclic Redundancy I'm using DVD Shrink 3.2 Add your answer Source Submit Cancel Report Abuse I think this question violates the Community Guidelines Chat or rant, adult content, spam, insulting other members,show more THe only way to "backup" those dvd's is to rip the video from the disc and then burn the file to a disc. evildragon06-03-2010, 08:31 PMI think AnyDVD was the program I couldn't remember, but I was using it with DVDFab..
try dvd decrypter. http://www.techimo.com/forum/pc-hardware/152560-dvd-shrink-cyclic-redundancy-error.html So I usually only rip the main movie from the discs. Dvd Decrypter It happens, there's no 100% disk there that's perfect w/o errors. Dvd Decryptor and when I try in DVDshrink the program freezes and the RAM usage goes off the charts to the point I have to hit ctrl+alt+delete to bring up Task Manager and
There is a quality loss but is the onlt way for those dvd's at the moment. useful reference After 2 complete passes, step 5. Considering these are mostly kids movies, their probably NOT going to have the latest greatest protections anyway... Well I can tell you there's nothing wrong with Windows 7 and why do something on a slow XBOX drive with a slow 700MHZ CPU that a modern multi core PC Dvd Decrypter Download
MN12BIRD06-03-2010, 10:45 PMHandbrake kicks ass. If the optical drive fails to read other discs, then there is likely some problem with the drive itself.Step 2Rule out the surface quality of the disc to be backed up. I ALWAYS immediately rip my DVDs and BluRays so that I can play them on the computer and skip the damn commercials. http://thewebparrots.com/cyclic-redundancy/dvd-shrink-cyclic-redundancy-error.php But I've seen some recent DVD's with improper filesystems, as it shows the DVD as like 90GB in size or something like that, which is impossible.
For people who like spending time in an OS, messing around with the innerworkings of it, Linux is a GREAT system to use. Dvd Rip Cyclic Redundancy Seems to happen mostly on Disney movies and some other random big-budget films, which is why I thought it might be extra security features on rare DVD's... use DVD genie to determine the region free status of the drive...
Then use Nero to burn the backup. Not yet, at least. Are the original dvd's retail store bought (pressed) ? Cyclic Redundancy Check Dvd Copy Then in the "General" tab change, "Removal Method" from "Normal" to "Aggressive", in "File Mode", "tick" Remove PUO's." For ripping in the "ISO Read Mode", "tick" "Remove PUO's" there also.
Once it's open I choose "Mode", then "File" and wait until the files begin to rip on Decrypter's screen - THEN I close the player's window. Now I'm getting the (cyclic redundancy check) problem. I just updated to 10.4 a couple weeks ago. get redirected here The time now is 18:13.
However, DVD Decrypter also possesses the ability to rip a DVD in ISO mode, which comes in handy from time to time. Found here: http://www.dvdfab.com/free.htm While the trial lasts, the entire program will function for you. Back to top BC AdBot (Login to Remove) BleepingComputer.com Register to remove ads #2 perism00 perism00 Members 2 posts OFFLINE Location:Crayford United Kingdom Local time:06:13 PM Posted 14 January This is just my opinion I could be wrong but why put anymore stress or pressure on Decrypter by having it make an ISO.
The disc could be scratched or damaged, or it could've had copy protection against duplication written into it when it was burned. It will continue to function as a decrypter/ripping program even after the trial for the main section of DVDFab expires. Maybe the lens on your reader is dirty, have you tried running a cleaning disc in the dvd burner? Embedded Images View/download images and remove advertisements by registering now! (it's easy, free and takes less than a minute) You must be registered in order view images in this forum. __________________
Quote 2nd Apr 201123:29 #3 tcory View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message Member Join Date : Dec 2010 I have been lucky I guess, because I put in the