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Data Error Cyclic Redundancy Check Dvd ShrinkOffice Software PC Gaming See More... Operating Systems ▼ Windows 10 Windows 8 Windows 7 Windows XP See data error cyclic redundancy check utorrent More... Off-Topic Tags How-tos Drivers Ask a Question Computing.NetForumsGeneral HardwareOptical Drives Solved DVD Data Error, CYCLIC REDUNDANCY CHECK Tags:DVDerrorfat32 Rahul9 May 30, 2011 at 02:19:21 Specs: Windows XP, AMD Athlon data error cyclic redundancy check when installing a game 64 Processor 3000+ I cant open some of my dvd rom. Whenever I want to open or copy that DVD, a dialog box appeard with saying: "Data Error (Cyclic Redundancy Check). Is there any tools or software to solve this problem? See More: DVD Data Error, CYCLIC REDUNDANCY CHECK Report • ✔ Best Answer clive_pearce May 30, 2011 at 11:02:13 http://www.roadkil.net/program.php?...
Data Error Cyclic Redundancy Check External Hard Drive SeagateA thank you would be nice, if I have helped. See in Thread ↓#1 modify.hardware May 30, 2011 at 08:06:12 Make sure the read side of the dvd is clean and free from scratches. There are scratch removers. Report • #2 kuwese May 30, 2011 at 08:08:40 The disc is bad, u can try to clean it http://www.hardwaresecrets.com/arti...We can not fight new wars with old weapons, let he who desires peace prepare for war - PROPHET. Report • #3 OtheHill May 30, 2011 at 09:28:16 Are you using FAT32 for your Windows installation? While the above answers may be correct I am wondering if the files are larger than 4GB and you are using FAT32, which can't handle files larger than 4GB. Report • Related Solutions› [Solved] 500 GB Western Digital drive gives CRC error, uninitialized › [Solved] Windows XP CHKDSK has destroyed my HDD › External Hard Drive Error › [Solved] Graphics Weirdness in Win 8 after Laptop Dropped › Cd/dvdreorder runs but first work › [Solved] Dell 1558 5 beeps even after cmos battery replace › [Sol
Data Error Cyclic Redundancy Check Fix Windows 7the various discussions in the forums, but can not create a new topic or reply to an existing one unless you are logged in. Other benefits of registering an account are subscribing to topics and forums, creating http://www.computing.net/answers/hardware/dvd-data-error-cyclic-redundancy-check/78314.html a blog, and having no ads shown anywhere on the site. Click here to Register a free account now! or read our Welcome Guide to learn how to use this site. Cyclic Redundancy Check error when copying from DVDs to hard drive Started by Calum , Oct 24 2011 07:15 AM Please log in to reply 4 replies to this topic #1 Calum Calum Members 75 posts OFFLINE Local time:11:34 PM Posted 24 October http://www.bleepingcomputer.com/forums/t/424786/cyclic-redundancy-check-error-when-copying-from-dvds-to-hard-drive/ 2011 - 07:15 AM This topic has probably been brought up many times before, but has there ever been a fix for the common copying error, "Data Error: Cyclic Redundancy Check"? I know there can be many variations of the problem depending on where the data is being copied from and to, but I seem to have have found where the source of my problem is. I have been copying files (copy and paste) from 2 different makes of DVD onto my computer's main hard drive. The makes of DVD are both TDK DVD-R: an older style make with darker blue labels on the disks, and the current make of TDK DVD-R which has light blue labels. 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. However, when I copy files from the current make of TDK DVD-R disks, all files are copied without any problems. Is there a solution to this problem? Can the data from the older style of disks still be copied somehow? I find it strange how the error appears when copying from one make of disk, and doesn't appear when copying from the other. Any advice would be appreciated. Edited by Calum, 24 October 2011 - 07:
file to her desktop, she would get the same error, informing herthe file could not be copied due to some type http://www.percontra.net/archive/2corruptcddvdrecovery.htm of corruption. She wanted to know if I could possibly help. I opened http://forums.afterdawn.com/threads/dvd-shrink-data-error-cyclic-redundancy-check.321265/ the cd in my own cd-rom drive and tried copying the file she was having a problem with and I realized it couldn't be copied on my system either. Therefore, in all likelihood, itwas the cd itself that was problematic, not the system, player or other hardware. The error received when trying to data error copy the file was a cyclic redundancycheck (CRC) error. In fact, this is the most common error encountered with cd/dvd access or copying problems and I knew that such a problem was often caused by a dirty or scratched disc, so I examined the surface of the cd and just as I suspected, it was marked. It had a distinct smudgeprinton it. I cleaned the whole data error cyclic cd and after doing so, voila! ,I was able to copy the needed file from the cd to my hard drive.I informed her that the problem was fixed and when I told her it was just a matter of cleaning the disc, she was surprised that the solutionwas so simple and never thought such a confoundingproblem could be caused by a less than pristine condition cd. The fact is that cds and dvds can be very finicky. Just one speck of dirt or a hairline scratch can cause problems in accessing your data or the disc itself. These marks can make it difficult for the drive's laser beam to properly read the disc. Fortunately, dirty discs can be cleaned. Scratches can be more problematic, though, in many cases they can be repaired. With scratches, the severity of the problemdepends muchon the type and location of the scratch.Scratches that run across the disc or along the track, as opposed to those that run in a straight line from rim to center, can be the most difficult to repair. These type of problems are unique to cd and dvd media because the surfaces of the di
DVD shrink Data Error (cyclic redundancy check) Discussion in 'DVD Shrink forum' started by weehawk, Nov 8, 2004. Page 1 of 31 1 ← 2 3 4 5 6 → 31 Next > weehawk Guest Ok, I'm a newbie, I have a disc I keep getting errors on, it works perfectly in my stand alone dvd player, I can also access it with windows media player, but dvd shrink will always give me an error when processing it, I've searched the threads and found the scuba pete guide, downloaded DVD decrypter, tried it and failed, cleaned dvd & dvd drives - no luck, even tried something called claddvd to get past it, nothing, my question is are there dvds that can be ripped, I dont think this is a bad disc since I can play or maybe I'm wrong - help? 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 often caused by bad media - it could be any of the following: 1. A dirty disc, 2. A scratched disc 3. A poor quality disc (cheap media if it happens during the "Burn" section of your work) 4. A bad disc from the Mfgr. It can also be from a bad optical component in your drive. At this time I don't believe it's your drive at all. If you recently purchased this disc new from a store, I would return it as defective if just cleaning and the proper use of DVD Decrypter doesn't get the job done. I'd like you to check your DVD Decrypter's settings. First, it should be version 22.214.171.124. Go to "Tools", "Settings", set everything to "Default". 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. in the "CSS" tab, under "CSS Cracking Method", choose "Brute Force ~> I/O Key Exchange" and "On Failure" choose "Yes". . IMPORTANT: In the "I / O" tab, in the bottom right, "tick" the box which says, "Ignore read errors". This is an excellent setting for dealing with scratched discs which may cause ripping problems. Some people like ripping with DVD Decrypte