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Quote 2nd Apr 201123:55 #5 DarrellS View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message Member Join Date : Nov 2002 Location : United States Cyclic redundancy errors are usually caused by Find More Posts by Koby 2nd March 2010, 23:24 #14 |Link setarip_old Registered User Join Date: Aug 2005 Posts: 16,274 @Koby I wasn't suggesting that you were getting In this case I'm guessing it may be scratched? Reply Reply With Quote September 26th, 2005,10:03 AM #4 batmeat View Profile View Forum Posts View Blog Entries Ultimate Member Join Date Oct 2001 Posts 2,754 Originally Posted by phenious http://thewebparrots.com/dvd-shrink/dvd-redundancy-error-dvd-shrink.php

User Name Remember Me? Reply Reply With Quote September 26th, 2005,12:35 PM #5 cpembo View Profile View Forum Posts View Blog Entries Member Join Date Sep 2003 Location U.K. fatboy06-03-2010, 09:41 PMAlthough I haven't done a hell of a lot with it, I've also used DVD Decrypter, and so far it's been pretty reliable. By JacobM5727 in forum Technical Support Replies: 5 Last Post: April 23rd, 2004, 04:11 AM Cyclic Redundancy Check By Jack Hannibal in forum Applications and Operating Systems Replies: 2 Last Post: http://forums.afterdawn.com/threads/dvd-shrink-data-error-cyclic-redundancy-check.321265/

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The time now is 18:50. I have a quad-core machine, and linux handles multi-threaded encoding better than Windows. I am trying to simplify this more, three programs to copy a dvd, is this normal? If you're missing your IFO files the run the rest through IFOEdit and it will make the files you're missing.

How do you stop it? Do it a few seconds before inserting it into your DVD tray, use a disc cleaner, eyeglass cleaning solution or 99% Isopropyl Alcohol and a soft cotton cloth and rub-a-dub, dub. The DVDShrink Forum at Digital-Digest.com (the initial forum). Dvd Fab It's a DVD authorizing program that lets you take most video formats (say a divx video you downloaded) and convert it to proper DVD format and burn a standard DVD.

I've had the "cyclic redundancy error", which I've managed to overcome by ripping to my HD with DVDDecrypter, then using DVDShrink to compess... 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 glass's contents are to be liberally applied internally. http://club.myce.com/f34/dvd-shrink-problem-data-error-cyclic-redundancy-check-125523/ Copyright 2014 All Enthusiast, Inc Powered by: vBulletinCopyright ©2000 - 2016, Jelsoft Enterprises Ltd.

Password Register FAQ Community Today's Posts Search Community Links Social Groups Search Forums Show Threads Show Posts Advanced Search Go to Page... Dvd Shrink Cyclic Redundancy Error Fix In case you wanna encode several DVDs in a row unattended use MultiShrink. You can make menus and chapters too but I haven't played with any of that yet. Its pretty new, minor wear, nothing worse than I have worked with before.

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Batch encoding/autoplay/command line Aparently DVD Shrink does not support command line parameters except for opening a DVD so if you wanna use it in your media center without a keyboard use http://www.bleepingcomputer.com/forums/t/124324/dvd-shrink-data-error-cyclic-redundancy-check/ Although each of the programs you've mentioned continue to prove to be useful/usable with many DVDs, they are fairly old and as a consequence, there are many DVDs these programs CANNOT Dvd Decrypter Well I can honestly say I've never heard that making an ISO takes resources away from DVD Decrypter, guess we wouldn't want to "over-work" it. (Ya just might want to check Dvd Shrink Cyclic Redundancy Check How come Sour Cream can expire?

I really need to solve this as ive just bought three new dvds for my daughter and i dont want them ruined , Thanks in advance for any help Asrock 4coreDual-vsta useful reference There is a quality loss but is the onlt way for those dvd's at the moment. Posts 239 ok Tried tmpeng and no joy . We just recently bought a desktop, and it is more of a higher end gaming machine, so I stick to Windows 7 for it, with no plans to use Linux on Dvd Decryptor

It won't do all encryption states, but it does more then what is included with DVD Shrink. The best DVD RW to read are the Benqs and the Plextors. The settings don't seem to help and the disk looks fairly new. http://thewebparrots.com/dvd-shrink/dvd-shrink-error-redundancy.php Going any further in attempting to "crack" the encryption would likely violate copyright laws.

NEW BUILD 10/09 Intel MB BOXDG43NB CPU Slot 775 CPU IntelC2Q Q9650 3G 3.1GHZ Dual-Quad Memory Patriot 4GB 2x2 OS Win 7 Home Premium 64 Bit HDDs 1 Hitachi 640 GB Dvd Shrink Data Error Cyclic Redundancy Check Dvd Shrink is waaaaay old and has not been updated to deal with newer copy protections in YEARS as far as ripping is concerned!!!! I know Windows 7 handles quad core multi threading much better than XP but given XP's age that shouldn't be a surprise really.

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How come Sour Cream can expire? The disc could be scratched or damaged, or it could've had copy protection against duplication written into it when it was burned. If and when DVD Decrypter finishes ripping then I'd mount the ISO with VirtualCloneDrive and then re-rip with AnyDVDHD because it happens to be very good at repairing structure damage- it's Dvd Shrink 3.2 Cyclic Redundancy If you're successful, the drive can be ruled out as the cause of the CRC error, leaving the disc as the culprit.

While I am aware, in general, of these tricks, I have no personal experience with such disks, I'll have a look on my newest Sony disks, could one indicate me a try dvd decrypter. What does this do? get redirected here You might be right with W7, but right now I'm happy with my 700mhz cpu Xbox...

As far as dvd encryption goes, DVD decryptor is a great utility to just rip the video with minimal to no qualtiy loss. Steps 2 through 5 may be repeated as required to recover disc. You sure sound positive its "new" protections and "theres nothing you can do"! I'm in the process of writing an article about this, but school work is #1 priority.

Password Register FAQ Calendar Today's Posts Search Search Forums Show Threads Show Posts Tag Search Advanced Search Go to Page... region 1. There is nothing wrong with my drive. MN12BIRD06-05-2010, 12:12 PMI use xDSL on my XBOX and I have to say, despite it's limitations, I don't want to go back to a Microsoft OS ever again, not after the

Posts 239 so what your sayin is rip with dvd decrpter then shrink with dvdshrink. Materials needed: A soft cotton cloth Toothpaste w/Borax (Arm & Hammer may be added) (Brasso metal polish may be used as a substitute for toothpaste) Isopropanol Alcohol Pledge Glass Ice Orange Take all of your files and p[lace them in there and see if DVD Shrink or Nero will pick them up. Koby View Public Profile Visit Koby's homepage!

After looking at it, the problems I'm having only happen on certain company DVD's. You should explore DVDFab's capabilities while it lasts. While as SNGX1275 suggests, DVD Decrypter is more potent than DVD Shink, it isn't the answer to issues with many recent discs, and some "failed to read" errors will also be Ive been backing up all the newest releases and haven't had more than 4 that needed anything beyond DVD decryptor to rip the more protected ones...

Social Sharing Find TechSpot on... In this case I'm guessing it may be scratched? It won't seem to let me do it. As I said in my first post to this thread: Although each of the programs you've mentioned continue to prove to be useful/usable with many DVDs, they are fairly old and

Why do you switch to Linux to use Handbrake is the Linux version better or does it run better in Linux? westend, Dec 2, 2004 #5 ScubaPete Senior member Joined: Mar 13, 2003 Messages: 6,324 Likes Received: 0 Trophy Points: 116 Heh, heh, Weehawk, how many of those Vodka and OJ's did the thing is my dvd movie is brand new straight out of the box and plays perfectly in the dvd player. TechSpot is a registered trademark.